Video: Jeremy Zuttah

He was one of the top OLs in the nation as a HS player. Four years later, he's elevated himself into one of the top collegiate linemen in the country. Jeremy Zuttah, one of Rutgers Football's Team Captains, discussed RU's opening game performance at the conclusion of RU's 38-3 victory.

The 6-foot-4 and 295-pounder is one of the most versatile offensive linemen in the nation. Indeed, should an emergency arise, Zuttah could conceivably tackle even the Center position. However, his home during the last couple of years has been the right tackle [RT] slot. It has been there where he has helped anchor one of the most protective units in the country, drawing a favorable comparison only to the University of Michigan OL from Kansas State Head Coach Ron Rrince (at the conclusion of last year's RU Texas Bowl win).

Zuttah and company continued precisely where they left off last year with their opening week victory, giving Teel all day to look downfield and opening more than enough holes for the Scarlet Knight's Heisman candidate, Ray Rice. Zuttah discussed this and much more when SOR caught up with him following the conclusion of RU's 38-3 victory.

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