Rutgers 7 on 7 Recap:

Rutgers hosted 87 teams at there annual 7 on 7 shootout. There was a lot of talent at the shootout on Saturday. was there to capture the action.

Rutgers 7 on 7 is known for having some of the top teams in New Jersey and surrounding state attend the event and this year was no different. With Don Bosco being the defending champs, they were the team to beat and the team that every one was seeking.

There were some good teams with lots of talent such as: East Orange which came off a state title this past year. St.Peters Prep looked solid as usual along with Piscataway, Immaculata. The Notre Dame commit, Theo Riddick was impressive at safety. St.Joes(Montvale) looked to be a favorite going into the second round but was upset by a athletic Camden Catholic. Camden Catholic made it to the semi-finals where they met up with Ramapo.

There were 20 teams with 4-0 records which made it very hard for teams with one lost to advance to the second round. When it was all said and done four teams advanced to the big dance in Rutgers Stadium; Camden Catholic, Ramapo, Xaveran, and Plainfield.

Xaverian proved that belong in the finals with a strong performance from there quarterback Najee Tyler. He had a strong arm and delivered the ball with great accuracy. Plainfield was a team with a lot speed and athleticism. The quaterback Tyrone Johnson showed that he was one of the top quarterbacks at the 7 on 7. He had some weapons to throw to such as Tyrae Forte, Josue Reyes, Danny Woods, and Stephon Knox.

Ramapo claimed the prize at the end of the day led by their quarterback Andrew Weiss. He also proved that he was one of the top quarterbacks in the tournament.

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