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Rutgers' verbal Charles "Tre" Timbers (5-11, 175, DB, 4.45) has been named as one of the top 25 defensive backs in the nation by Street and Smiths preseason football publication.

So far in his high school career Tre has pulled in nine career interceptions and has 154  tackles. Last year Tre had 58 tackles, 12 pass break ups and 5 tackles for loss. He played QB on offense and CB on defense also returned punts and kickoffs.

Big Dog will be bringing online a picture of Tre and some other recruits attending the RU football camp.


Big East Football - Commitment five for the Panthers

The Pitt football team received a verbal commitment over the weekend for their 2003 recruiting class, according to Allen Richardson, a 6-foot, 180-pound cornerback from Euclid, Ohio, verbally agreed to continue his football career with the Panthers. - Pitt gets commitment from cornerback

Hokies pick up a DL

Defensive lineman Barry Booker, from Amherst, Virginia, will play for Virginia Tech.  Barry is excellent size with the frame to get bigger.  He already stands 6-4 and weighs 255 pounds.  Barry selected Tech from a list that included Eastern Carolina, Maryland, North Carolina and Virginia. 
Booker Goes to Hokies


Where are they now? Tammy Sutton Brown

Markham, ON native Tammy Sutton-Brown tells all about life as a second-year centre for the Charlotte Sting in her WNBA Diary. In the first eight games of the 2002 Sting season, Sutton-Brown averaged 12.8 points and 6.5 rebounds, ranking among league leaders in field-goal percentage (.625) and offensive rebounds per game (2.9). This entry was written during the Sting's early-season four-game road swing. Canada: Tammy Sutton-Brown's WNBA Diary: Vol. 1, No. 1

Fan Feedback

On Dave Paich's recruiting analysis:

I have just read your item about Coach Schiano and his recruiting philosophy. It was thorough and upbeat. For a Rutgers fan whose days on the banks go back to 1955, I welcome anything that is upbeat about RU. In fact I like your web site very much.

On the first day of the Rutgers camp:

I was impressed by Joe Daley from St. Peters he looks very athletic. The tournament was run well by the Rutgers Staff.

Mike Fasano:

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