Photos from RU Camp - Day 1

When it's all said and done, close to 1100 players, from the southern tip of Florida to the northern reaches of New England will be participating in the 2006 Rutgers Football Camp. The camp provides daily instruction, an opportunity to be evaluated by a Division-1 staff and a chance for prospects to compete against some of the top talent in the eastern U.S.

Jarrod Williams - 6-foot-1 185-pounds West Chester East HS, PA
Position: DB/WR
Year: 2006 (ie will be a Senior)
Schools: (no offers, just looks) PSU, Pitt, UMD, WVU, Tennessee, Rutgers

Chris Collins - 6'5" 315-pounds Montville HS, NJ
Position: OL
Year: 2006
Schools: (no offers, just looks) Big East/ACC

Justin Francis - 6'4" 245-pounds Miramar HS, FL
Position: DE
Year: 2006
Schools: Auburn, Pitt, USF, Rutgers (all offered)

Daryl Robinson - 5'9" 180-poundsNortheast Catholic HS
(Philadelphia, PA)
Position: CB
Year: 2006
Schools: Pitt, Maryland, Rutgers, WVU (he simply did not mention UConn to me when I talked to him yesterday). He had just gotten back from the UMD camp where he ran a 4.39-40. (he has a Pitt offer, and UMD seems to be next).

Looking toward the outside, from the inside of the newly refurbished first floor of the Hale Center.  The state of the art facility now includes several plaques and trophies honoring last year's Rutgers Scarlet Knights football team, past RU football players, and much more.  If you haven't seen the new additions, a trip to Piscataway is worth it for this view alone.

One of several new aesthetic montages honoring the 2005 Rutgers Football team, including sights from the first ever Rutgers Bowl trip outside of its state boundaries.

Ever wonder what Knights have played in the pros? No need to wonder any longer.  This gorgeous new addition provides a team by team listing of all of RU's Loyal Sons in the professional ranks, including Super Bowl Championships, honors/awards, and more.

Runner-up trophy from the Insight Bowl of 2005 played between Rutgers and Arizona State. The setup includes a game ticket signed by Rutgers Football Head Coach Greg Schiano, a pair of game balls, an RU helmet, and the trophy awarded to Rutgers Football.


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