The Rutgers staff extended two offers Saturday at their 7-on-7 passing camp, which created competition between 100 high school teams from throughout the region, to find out who’s the best of the best.
Potomac (Md.) running back Tayon Fleet-Davis, a 5-11, 205-pound sophomore came into the camp with offers from N.C. State, West Virginia and Toledo, and left with one from Rutgers.
He was explosive, played with leverage and displayed the ability to change direction and make plays in the passing game, while helping his team make the final four out of almost 100 teams. He was also a factor defensively, at linebacker, running interference in the passing lanes.
Meanwhile, Imhotep (Philadelphia, Pa...Read More