Spring Pictures - I

The calendar said April, but the thermometer never did eclipse fourty-seven degrees, suggesting the weather was more reminiscent of early November, rather than the midway portion of spring. However, for the few thousand fans that did show up, the weather mattered little.

Rutgers Football Head Coach Greg Schiano enjoying a moment with Offensive Line Coach Kyle Flood.

The seemingly omnipresent John Glass, soon a Rutgers Scarlet Knight Alumnus, watching his former teammates practice.  Glass eagerly awaits next week's NFL draft, after successful pre-draft workouts in front of NFL Scouts.

Rutgers Scarlet Knight signee Andres Morales.  Morales, an off-season gym rat that last year partook in Greg Schiano's 7-on-7 Shootout, has bulked up to an impressive 260-pounds.

Shamar Graves made the short trip from his hometown, in Edison , New Jersey, to see his future teammates in action.  Though known as a highly regarded recruit, and a big-time get for Schiano's 2006 class, the total number of written offers received by Graves underscore how prized of a recruit Graves was - 46!

Jeff Minemyer, standing tall at an impressive 6-foot-7 and a now bulked up 253-pounds turned the trip to the Piscataway/New Brunswick area into a weekend outing with his folks.  

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