Rutgers Commit Mohamed Jabbie Wins State Title at Future Home

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- South Brunswick (N.J.) receiver Mohamed Jabbie was the first in-state commitment for Rutgers, and he won a state championship on the field where he received his first offer Saturday against Old Bridge. Jabbie took an interception back for a touchdown in the victory, and reacted to a new coach in Chris Ash.

The buzz swarmed High Point Solutions Stadium Saturday that Rutgers football had its new football coach in Chris Ash. But on the field, however, Rutgers commit Mohamed Jabbie had no idea Jabbie was too busy winning a state championship in his final game with South Brunswick (N.J.).

When Jabbie received the newws after a victory over Old Bridge (N.J.), he welcomed the end of uncertainty.

"I didn't know anything about that but I'm just happy that we have a new coach and all of the stress is going to be done," Jabbie said.

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