UNION, N.J. -- As one of the first to pledge his services to the Rutgers class of 2016, Monmouth Junction (N.J.) South Brunswick receiver Mohamed Jabbie works behind the scenes as a spokesperson for the program. The nephew of former star Mohamed Sanu, Jabbie checked in with Scout about his personal development, Anthony Russo's successes and more.
Monmouth Junction (N.J.) South Brunswick receiver Mohamed Jabbie was a trailblazer early in the Rutgers 2016 recruiting class that now sits at 16 prospects.
On the way to a runner-up finish in Saturday's 7-on-7 tournament at Kean University, Jabbie spoke with Scout about the latest events.
Jabbie discussed other receiver commitments in the 2016 class, and the opportunity to play with teammate Phil Campbell at the next level. Jabbie also spoke highly of Rutgers commit Anthony Russo, who finished Friday as one of the Elite 11 quarterbacks for 2016.