The 6-foot, 210-pound Beddoe is also well-versed in the Scarlet Knights' program.
"I think it's a nice campus," Beddoe said. "I looked around when I went down there a few times for football games, and I went down for a couple of basketball games. When I went around the campus, I thought it was really nice."
In addition to Rutgers, Beddoe is receiving interest from Syracuse, Pittsburgh, Army, Wagner, Albany and Fordham. During the spring evaluation period, Rutgers, Pittsburgh, Buffalo and Syracuse each stopped by the school to check him out.
Beddoe also camped at Rutgers and Syracuse.
"I learned a lot," he said. "I learned a better stance, how to drop back into pass coverage a little better. Those are a few of the things I learned."
It also enabled Beddoe to build confidence for his upcoming season.
"I think I stayed with a lot of the guys," he said. "I could cover them. They weren't too fast."
With a father who played Division I football and coming from a program like Union-Endicott, Beddoe has a strong base of football knowledge.
"I think I'm pretty strong-willed," said Beddoe, who gets plenty of pointers from his dad. "He tells me to stay aggressive, and about the speed of the game."