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Football Recruiting - Jeff Zuttah

Zuttah (6-4, 280, 4.9) has gathered an impressive number of scholarship offers from schools across the east, inlcuding Mountaineer foes Rutgers, Boston College, Maryland, Temple and Pitt. Zuttah, who also likes Penn State, is scheduled to spend this season at The Hun School in Princeton, New Jersey. Most schools are looking at him as a guard, but he may also have the quickness to play tackle, where WVU looks to need some immediate depth in 2003. -- Profile - Jeff Zuttah

Basketball Recruiting- A top 20 class on the horizon

Note: Nutter seems to be favoring Rutgers at this moment. There is tremendous opportunity at Rutgers, which has been a sleeping giant for many a year now. Lucas may stay in the south, Notre Dame doing well with Sheridan. Not inconceivable that Rutgers could pull Roberts, Bowers, and/or Watkins, all of whom are club ball teammates with Nutter. It's not necessarily likely either, but it is something for Rutgers fans to dream about. RECRUITING - Top Projected Classes


Big East Football - Another verbal for the 'Cuse

Standout defensive lineman Tony Jenkins, from Springfield West Springfield, in Virginia, has accepted an offer to play football for Syracuse.  The 6-2, 270-pound athlete has been highly recruited.  His "short list" included Syracuse, Connecticut, James Madison, Kent State, and Utah State.  Two dozen Division One schools have reportedly demonstrated interest in Jenkins. 
Defensive Star Commits to Syracuse


Big East Basketball - The top players in the nation; the top players in Jersey - same thing

Plain and simple: July is the month reputations are made or broken. The following list of 50 players put themselves in a good position heading into the meat and potatoes of the summer AAU/traveling team and camp circuit. Don't bother memorizing the list because surely it'll change in a few weeks. - College Basketball - Recruiting - Class of 2003 Midsummer Rankings


Speedy Recovery

Here at the site we are wishing  a speedy recovery to Rutgers football writer Gene Racz who suffered a bad knee injury earlier in the summer.


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