While some of this week's visitors may be new names to most, several are high-profile student-athletes with options on the table. Let's take a look at Rutgers' latest group of visitors:
Malcolm Bush - A familiar name to many Rutgers fans. During the summer, he committed to Rutgers but later decided to decommit because he felt he had pledged too early. Bush has a number of suitors, including North Carolina, Pittsburgh, Connecticut and Syracuse.
At 6'4"-220lbs, he has good size but will need a redshirt year to put on some necessary bulk. His strength is his pass catching ability. His size coupled with his pass catching ability makes him an ideal candidate for an H-back position. Therefore, he has the ability to be split wide like a wide receiver. Since he has been committed in the past and plays for the same coach who coached Rutgers Head Coach Greg Schiano, it might be thought that the Scarlet Knights might have the upper hand. However, Bush has proven to be a difficult prospect to get a read on, and it may not be until signing day that his final decision is revealed.
Kalial Glaud - This MLB holds over 20 scholarship offers. The main suitors appear to be West Virginia, Rutgers and Iowa. His visit to Rutgers will be his fifth and final visit before making a final decision. He will likely be hosted by his friend and former teammate Brandon Jones.
Glaud is an athletic LB. His athleticism is even more evident on offense where he plays option QB. Although he is 6'1"-210lbs, he can play either strong or middle LB due to his ability to take on and shed blockers. He has enough speed to run plays down and athleticism to cover RBs.
Robert Lisowski - An interior lineman with a nasty streak. He played for former Rutgers standout Brian Sheridan and with current Rutgers commit Mike Larrow at Union HS, where he was one of the team captains.
He moves well for a 6'3"-270lb lineman, and he plays a physical brand of football.
Andrew Opoku - At 6'4"-210lbs, Opoku is a possession WR with good hands and ball skills. He holds offers from Illinois State and Temple. His future might be at the TE position due to his body composition and versatility, though one can envision him on the defensive side of the ball as well.
Dillon Romain - The reigning Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of New Jersey, Romain played for powerhouse Don Bosco Prep. He amassed 1435 yards and 25 touchdowns on 206 carries. The 5'11"-210lbs RB boasts a 4.46 40-yard dash.
In college, he will likely have to bulk up and play FB.
Junior Solice - In high school, Solice played MLB, DE and DT. He is a very good athlete, who is a starter on his high school basketball team. A foot injury limited his play as a senior and might have scared away potential suitors.
At 6'2"-240lbs, he would project as a DE but given some time in the weight room
a move to DT is not out of the question.
Kyle Sullivan - A first-team All-State performer in the state of Delaware at WR and K along with recognition as the state's offensive player of the year. In college, he projects as a K.