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Sophomore tight end Nick Arciadiacono has taken advantage of several first-team snaps during the spring with junior tight Tyler Kroft nursing an injury. Arciadiacono is the only backup tight end on Rutgers’ roster with game experience and has bulked up to 230 pounds since last season.
Head coach Kyle Flood said he agrees with the NCAA’s decision to allow schools to provide unlimited meals to student-athletes.
Seeing the numbers Tyler Kroft put up last season at tight end — a team-high 43 catches for 573 yards, both top-10 nationally — was all Nick Arcidiacono needed to have faith in his development with the Rutgers football team.
Sophomore wide receiver Janarion Grant is getting a chance to play slot receiver with fellow sophomore Ruhann Peele injured.
Junior quarterback Mike Bimonte has shown poise and made sound decisions while splitting first-team reps in spring practice with senior Gary Nova and redshirt freshman Chris Laviano.
Senior Gary Nova is trying to hold off junior Mike Bimonte in RU’s quarterback competition, which will likely linger into training camp.
Coming off two seasons plagued with injury and inconsistencies, junior placekicker Kyle Federico is confident this is his year to peak.
Through spring practice and August training camp evaluations alone, Rutgers head football coach Kyle Flood might be hard-pressed to enter the Big Ten with someone other than Gary Nova as the starting quarterback.
Sophomore cornerback Nadir Barnwell said new defensive coordinator Joe Rossi is emphasizing energy, aggression and physicality from the secondary.
Whether it was missing a tackle, reacting a step slow to a receiver or failing to turn the head around on deep throws, Rutgers football cornerbacks went through a nightmarish 2013 campaign.
Head coach Kyle Flood said senior Gary Nova and junior Mike Bimonte are slightly ahead of redshirt freshman Chris Laviano in the spring QB battle.
Senior quarterback Gary Nova said he often tried to force bad passes last year.
When Rutgers head football coach Kyle Flood benched Gary Nova for the final three games last season, losing a streak of 28 straight starts was the least of the quarterback’s worries.
Senior Gary Nova is one of three quarterbacks currently taking first-team snaps in Rutgers football spring practice.
It was only the first scrimmage of the spring, and film will reveal more, but Rutgers head football coach Kyle Flood was impressed Saturday with what he saw from the naked eye of Mike Bimonte.
Junior wide receiver Leonte Carroo returns this season after leading Rutgers last year with nine touchdown receptions.
With the graduation of Quron Pratt and Brandon Coleman forgoing his last year of eligibility, the wide receiver position is one of a few in question for the Rutgers football team.
Sophomore running back Desmon Peoples made an impression on head coach Kyle Flood with the first-team reps he received.
One of the prevailing notions as the Rutgers football team enters the Big Ten is that the Scarlet Knights’ front four will have a difficult time winning battles in the trenches against bulkier offensive lines.
Senior free safety Johnathan Aiken is listed as the co-starter with sophomore Delon Stephenson in Rutgers’ spring depth chart.