It was Rutgers commit Tyler Hayek that gave Wayne (N.J.) Hills the victory on a touchdown catch (watch it below), but twin Hunter Hayek put his team back in the game with three touchdowns of his own.
On a team that includes Miami commit Evidence Njoku, the two oldest Hayeks brought their team a comeback win with two exciting performances.
"I'm not trying to sell Rutgers on anyone, Hunter is pretty much doing it himself," Tyler Hayek said. "They need someone like him because he's a great player."
For Tyler Hayek, it capped off a delightful week that included visits from Rutgers head coach Chris Ash and defensive backs coach Bill Busch. Hayek is a multi-time visitor for games after he won an offer in a summer skills camp.
"I can relax because I'm committed and I know I have a place, but I know I have to show out still and I have to do well this season," he said on his Rutgers commitment. " ... The relationship is really good. I really like the staff and Ash and Busch. Rutgers is a good fit."