Running back Trey Sneed has always been comfortable in the spotlight, and that is exactly where he stands after an impressive rise in spring practice. Sneed is the only running back, and only freshman, deemed "game ready" in camp to date.
"His legs go,” said Rutgers running back coach Zak Kuhr. “His feet don’t stop. He has to get polished on some of the lateral quickness and stuff like that, but the fact that he’ll just lower his shoulder and move his feet, unbelievably tough runner.’’
Sneed worked with the twos during Saturday's scrimmage portion. He split reps with Justin Goodwin.
"Trey works really hard," Goodwin said. "He's done a really good job getting comfortable and learning his responsibilities. He's going to make an impact."