Bah picked up a birthday offer from Rutgers during the spring game. His parents visited again with him the next day for a deeper look.
"They came in and met coach Flood. We talked to coach Fraser about the offer," Bah said. "It was good. ...They really liked Rutgers because it was close and they liked the academic part."
Bah and receiver teammate Taysir Mack both hold Rutgers offers. The Scarlet Knights, under New Yorker Kyle Flood, have more Empire State natives coming in with Grand Street's Kamaal Seymour and Alex Badine this summer.
"I like the whole facility, and the program," Bah said. "I know a couple of the players on the team already – Deonte Roberts the linebacker from Erasmus Hall. He’s talking to me."
Connecticut was first in on Bah, who picked up the Huskies offer less than 24 hours before Rutgers did so. He visited Storrs, Conn., for junior day in April.
"I really like Connecticut," Bah said. "I like [receivers coach David] Corley. We talk on twitter, and he’s been telling me about them. He’s a cool coach. They have a pretty good campus too."
Boston College could be Bah's next offer with increased interest. He plans to discuss a decision time frame with his parents this spring.
"I have to go to a place that fits me," Bah said. "It has to fit me academically too because football can’t be the only thing and it’s not always going to be there."