Hardison is making great strides

During the Spring, Rutgers has added two scholarship players to the roster - Matt Hardison and Antonio Lowery. Both were original 2006 signees and both utilized the six months away from football to increase their physical stature.
April 9, 2007

Matt Hardison on campus & ready to go

One of the prizes of the 2006 recruiting class, Matt Hardison has enrolled at Rutgers. Although he is still recovering from surgery, he is still looking to compete for playing time on the Rutgers DL.
February 14, 2007

Rutgers signee talks about his rehab

The success of the Rutgers football team has been one of the best college football stories of 2006. For the hand full of players who signed with Rutgers in February and were unable to join the team this fall, the success has been bittersweet. They share in the team's happiness while wishing that they could be a member of the team now. One of these players is Matt Hardison and SOR has the latest.
November 8, 2006

Hardison Discusses His Commitment

When Matt Hardison [6-foot-3 and 220-pounds] decided to commit to Rutgers, he became the latest example of the Scarlet Knights' general football recruiting direction. Greg Schiano & Co., instead of focusing on specific positional players, have instead opted to covet athletic and equally versatile athletes that can play at not one or two, but three or four positions. Hardison fits this mold to the tee.
January 4, 2006

Jersey Linebacker Interested In Big East

Bearcat Insider talks with a New Jersey linebacker who has interest in several schools in the Big East.
December 1, 2005

Hardison starts to schedule visits

The end of the high school football season is drawing near and high school prospects like Matt Hardison are starting to schedule visits to their favorite colleges. Scout.com was able to catch up with Hardison and obtain the school that he has some tenative visits scheduled with
November 18, 2005

Matt Hardison has started to narrow his list

The state of New Jersey has a number of good division 1A prospects in the 2006 class. However, there are only a few of them that are as versatile as Matt Hardison. At 6'3"-240lbs and 4.6 speed in the forty, he has the ability to play a number of positions in college. In high school, he has played OLB, TE, H-back, DE, and WR. Any of these positions, he can play at the collegiate level. Although he stated that it does not matter which position he plays in college, he would prefer to play offense.
November 3, 2005