Alosi Continues to Perform Well

Anthony Alosi has been on the camp circuit throughout the summer. He has visited, Rutgers, Uconn, Syracuse, Michigan ST., Maryland, Villanova, Cincinnati and Pitt. Tomorrow, he is on his way to camp at Northwestern. Although he claims to have performed "better than most" at all of these camps, Alosi has yet to pick up his first FBS offer.

He has garnered offers from FCS schools such as Monmouth and Wagner. Let's take a closer look at the direction of Alosi's recruitment.

Standing 6'5 ½ and a rather bulked up 265 lbs, Alosi has the measurables to contribute to a team from a multitude of positions on the next level. He has gained 10 good pounds over the summer and has increased his lifts to 315 lbs on the bench press, 300 lbs for power cleans and 440 lbs on the squat rack. Alosi is currently working out 3 days per week with his team and spending an additional 3 days per week working with a trainer on plyometrics.

Many schools are looking for him to play either the DT or OT tackle posts. "People tell me that I am quicker than most (offensive) tackles, and a little slower than most defensive ends so tackle would be good for me. Some schools are looking at me for defensive end, some defensive tackle and others offensive tackle. Rutgers is recruiting me as a defensive tackle, Cincinnati wants me to play offense, Syracuse wants me to play defensive tackle but if that doesn't work out, they want me at offensive tackle. It doesn't matter to me. I like all of the schools recruiting me and would do whatever they need me to do, but I like defense better than offense." said Anthony Alosi.

As for his 1- day visit to RU, he stated, "It went real well. I got picked to go at the end for 1-on-1's. We tied on the first rep and I won the second one. I didn't really get to talk to the staff too much while I was there other than them talking me through the drills and telling me when I did a good job. A day or two after camp I talked to my recruiting coach (Rob Smith) and he told me that I did well and they are just waiting on my senior tape and we'll go from there… and Coach Susan always sends me all the letters."

He continued, "(At Rutgers) I like the facilities and the food of course. It's a good time. I have been there a lot lately. I went to camp there, Jr. Day, The BigTime Showcase, and all the games that they invited me to last year." Alosi claims a high level of Rutgers interest. Stay tuned.

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