If there was an award for the most improved player in camp, Vantrise Studivant would be among the players under heavy consideration for the award. Over the past two years, the Rutgers junior DT has only appeared in 11 games and accounted for 11 tackles including a half sack. This looks to change this year as he is competing to be the successor for Ramel Meekins.
August 22, 2007
When Coach Schiano first arrived at Rutgers one of his main goals was to go into Florida and tap some of the state's top prospects and bring them back to New Jersey. Some of Rutgers' coaches, like Darren Rizzi, Chris Demarest and Rod Holder have done just that. They are about to land some bona fide talent from South Florida, talent that will help Rutgers take that all-important next step.
February 2, 2005
Athletes that have the ability to play more than one position are valuable. Rutgers has obtained the commitment from one of the better multi-position players in Florida. At 6'3"-250lbs with a 345lbs bench press and 445lbs squat, Studivant can play DE, DT, TE, or OL.
January 23, 2005
<a href="http://scout.scout.com/a.z?s=177&p=8&c=1&nid=1660580">Vantrise Studivant</a> (DL/OL, Riviera Beach, FL) - The Suncoast product turned in a solid senior campaign. For the season, Vantrice collected 67 tackles and 5 sacks on defense and had 2 TD's at tight end.
December 20, 2004