Rutgers has made it known that recruiting its home state of New Jersey and recruiting in the sunshine state are top priorities. However, with the surprising pick-up of Ray Rice to bolster its 2004 class, Head Coach Greg Schiano has made it known that the Scarlet Knights intend to become a prime player in New York as well.<p>
<b>T.J. Czeski</b> is a 6-foot-3, 190-pound Quaterback/Safety that made 1st team All-State and was named Albany Times-Union Football player of the year as junior in 2004.
is a 6-foot-3, 190-pound Quaterback/Safety that made 1st team All-State and was named Albany Times-Union Football player of the year as junior in 2004. As a quarterback he passed for 1,644 yards and 23 touchdowns. As a safety, Czeski made 107 tackles and 7 interceptions. Czeski is widely recognized as
one of the top 15 football players in New York State for this upcoming season.
Amsterdam High School (Amsterdam, NY) Football coach Pat Liverio thinks it is just a matter of time before he starts getting Division one offers.
"He is the best player we have had since Josh Beekman came through here and he starts at Boston College. Rutgers, Boston College, Syracuse, and Connecticut are recruiting him
right now. Rutgers has received tape on T.J. and we should know real soon about an offer. They are
recruiting him the hardest right now."
"Boston College is also on T.J. pretty hard. They think he can be a great player on the defensive side of the ball."
"I haven't heard back from Syracuse and UConn since I sent them tape but I expect to soon."
Czeski plans on camping at Rutgers, Boston College, Syracuse, and Connecticut this summer.
He is primarily being recruited as a safety at the Division 1 level.
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