The transfer additions continue for Rutgers, and it yet again comes at a position of need. This time, it comes at cornerback, where former Georgia Bulldog Juwuan Briscoe committed after his second visit in a week. Briscoe, alongside his mother, visited for Saturday's spring practice and left as a verbal commitment to coach Chris Ash.
Rutgers went safety-heavy in its 2017 recruiting class. As the likely final member of the class, Briscoe provides cornerback depth and blazing straight-line speed to the defensive secondary.
Rutgers actively recruited Briscoe out of Waldorf (Ga.) Thomas Stone as a three-star cornerback.
Briscoe must sit in 2017 because of NCAA transfer rules. He enters the 2018 season at Rutgers as a red-shirt junior after 18 games and two starts during time with Georgia. Briscoe becomes the second SEC transfer into the program this offseason. He joins former Arkansas wide receiver Damon Mitchell.