Overall, it was a perfect day for Page, the 6-foot-3, 300-pounder who continued to talk about pledging to the Scarlet Knights after his unofficial visit Friday.
"I did think about committing to Rutgers, actually, but I want to wait,'' Page said. "I just want to wait, just to make sure. I have good feeling about Rutgers. They really want me. They are showing me a lot of love and appreciation. Even the players want me to come and join them.
"It's a good feeling when you're at a place where people want you to be at, and they really want me to be there.''
Page said his family wants him to commit, but he is holding off at the urging of his high school coach.
At Rutgers, Page's day began by watching film from previous practices with Melvin.
"We went over plays and I asked questions on how the defense is formed, and how I would fit in there,'' Page said. "We talked about how to become a better player and have fun at the same time. I'm going to be a better defensive lineman. He showed me tactics to improve on my position.
"After that, I went to the game room and we played video games with the other recruits and then we went on the field to watch practice.
Page also spent considerable time speaking with LeGrand.
"He was showing me step-by-step how everything is done,'' Page said. "And then I was with him on the field because they let me stand with the defensive line when they practiced. That was real fun. From him I learned to work hard. When I saw him practice, he just plays and goes all out. He's good. At practice, he was just killin' them.
"Eric is a guy I'm going to look up to when I commit to Rutgers. He's a good guy. I really like him and he's a real cool dude. I got his number and I'm going to keep talking to him. He's fast off the ball, explosive, quick. He was crushing them at practice.''