Booker talks about official visit to Rutgers

Marvin Booker has a verbal with Rutgers and just went on his official visit with the Scarlet Knights. He had a big season at linebacker for Piscataway Township High School registering 100 tackles with four and a half sacks. Come see what his feelings are on the school and how his visit went.

Two star recruit Marvin Booker out of Piscataway, N.J. has a verbal commitment with Rutgers and it looks like he won't be changing his mind anytime soon. "Rutgers is still number one," Booker said. "I'm basically at home, it's where I feel comfortable."

The Piscataway Township High School linebacker went on his official visit with Rutgers on Dec. 7 and had positive things to say about the experience.

"It was a good experience," Booker said. "I got to chill with the players and the recruits. I was with Marquis Hamm, Scott Vallone, Art Forst, Eric LeGrand and Stephen Shimko and we talked about college and recruiting."

When asked what he's looking for in a college, Booker said, "It has to be where I feel comfortable. The school just has to feel right to me. It can't just be anywhere. Academics are also important to me. I have to feel a connection. I have to feel connected with the coaching staff."

Booker said he has no other visits planned as of now. He also said that he will be making his final decision "soon."

Piscataway Township High School finished the season with a record of 11-1 and lost in the championship. Booker said he had a solid season. "I improved every game," he said. "I showed good leadership qualities with my teammates. I finished the year with 100 tackles, four and a half sacks, and like 19 tackles behind the line."


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