"I like being the underdog and I like to come out and shock people," stated Joseph. Joseph may have surprised people during his junior year when he blossomed into one of the top underclassmen at his position in the state. This year there have been few surprises and several schools have taken notice.
At this point, Joseph has a pair of visits set up with Mississippi and South Florida, both toward the tail end of January.
Has Joseph though about additional visits?
"Yeah, Chris [Paul-Etienne -- QB by way of Miami Edison Senior HS] and I were going to come up to Rutgers but Chris' team was still in the playoffs. They just lost last [last weekend] so we're going to have to decide when to come up to Rutgers," stated Joseph.
While Chris Paul-Etienne attended the Rutgers camp in South Florida early this summer, Joseph was not able to. Nevertheless, Joseph has built a solid relationship with staff from the New Jersey-based school.
"I'm really impressed with the way Rutgers has been improving. I want to go to an up and coming program and I want to bring a couple of my boys along," continued Joseph.
Defensive Backs Coach Chris Demarest is recruiting Joseph for Rutgers.
"Coach Demo is my boy. I talk to a lot of coaches but when I talk to coach Demo I know it's for real," said Joseph.
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