ScoutTV: More from the Rutgers Spring Game

The Scarlet-White Spring Game may not have had the usual cast of Rutgers stars on the field. However, several Rutgers players that need to have big years next fall for the Scarlet Knight program to succeed displayed the type of performance that Rutgers fans have been hoping for. <p> Below, ScoutTV displays a choice of select plays from this year's Spring Game that may have Rutgers fans encouraged for this upcoming fall.

Despite missing several of its key components the Scarlet-White game still provided fans with an opportunity to have a first-hand look at the talent and depth Rutgers Head Coach Greg Schiano and his staff have built since arriving at Rutgers four years years ago.

Below, we will take a look at some of RU's wily veterans and some of the program's future stars as Rutgers football heads into year number five in the Greg Schiano era.

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Terrence Shawell eludes the White squad's would-be tacklers and heads downfield with his longest scramble  of the day. 



In this clip, Terrence Shawell shows why, despite the incompletion, Rutgers fans have been raving about his arm strength.  Note that the ball is snapped shy of midfield, yet Shawell's throw winds up in the corner of the endzone.



On the White squad's first second-half possession, now at the Scarlet 34 yard line, Ryan Hart calmly looks downfield and completes a 22-yard pass to 6' 4" So. wideout Keith Taylor.



On the same first second-half drive as above, Sr. QB Ryan Hart and Sr. WR Tres Moses sync up in a short pass play by taking advantage of the significant cushion granted by the Scarlet squad DBs.


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