Snorweah Feeling Ready for Signing Day

Fairless Hills (Pa.) Pennsbury running back Charles Snorweah visited Rutgers for the first time since his dominant senior season concluded, and broke down the highs of his 48-hour official visit in an interview with Scarlet Report.

If Charles Snorweah’s 2,793 rushing yards and 40 touchdowns as a senior were not tiring enough, 48 hours of fun on his Rutgers official visit have the running back exhausted.

The three-star Snorweah crammed as much as possible into his official visit with family and 11 other Rutgers verbal commits. He left ready for Signing Day after stocking up on Rutgers gear before the drive home.

“The whole weekend was great, definitely,” Snorweah said. “I loved the facilities, the coaches, hanging out with the recruits. Everything about it was great. The players there were very welcoming.”

Snorweah enters a stacked running back room that includes Paul James, Josh Hicks, Robert Martin, Justin Goodwin and Desmon Peoples.

He is not intimidated.

“I’m excited about it,” Snorweah said. “Competing is what we all do. I just want to compete with them and do what’s best for the team. I know that, even though we’re all going against each other, we’re all getting better and it’s good for Rutgers.”

Martin, who also played running back at a Pennsylvania high school, played host.

“He was great,” Snorweah said. “He’s a guy that contributed as a freshman, and I’m going to come in and try to do the same thing. I want to come in and have an immediate impact. It was good talking to him about taking that next step from high school to college.”

Snorweah plans on a physical therapy career, and received plenty of information during the academic sessions of his official visit.

“When I got there, the academic advisors told me a lot about the field I would be studying,” Snorweah said. “It gave me one more thing to look forward to. Academics are very important to me, so it was nice to know a lot more about them and what to expect.”

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