The 6-foot-1, 220-pound Majors spent much of last week's practice focused on the Scarlet Knights' linebackers.
"I was just watching things, see what they're all about, watch my position, see if it was familiar with what I did,'' Majors said. "I realized their physical, and watched the linebackers, and I really enjoyed it.''
Before, during and after the practice, Majors had a chance to speak with several of Rutgers' assistants, including his recruiting coach, Kirk Ciarrocca, and outside linebackers coach Tem Lukabu.
He also got a chance to speak with close friend and former Neshaminy teammate Paul Carrezola, now a tight end at Rutgers.
"I spoke to a lot of them one-on-one, and they were telling me about the program.'' Majors said. "They told me what it was like, to keep choppin', and stuff like that. I really like it there a lot.''
Rutgers, which will hit the recruiting road Monday, will be at Neshaminy during the spring evaluation period.
He knows the Scarlet Knights are interested in him, and he talked to the staff about what it would take to get an offer.
"They just talked to me about it. It's kind of personal stuff,'' Majors said. "I'm really interested in Rutgers and it is definitely the closest school for me.''