Offensive tackle Richard Muldrow out of York (Pa.) William Penn took his second official visit last weekend up to Piscataway, N.J. The 6-foot-6, 293-pounder had a good time, but was it enough to put the Scarlet Knights on top?
"It was a top notch visit, I had a really good time," he said. "I got there at noon on Friday. Once I arrived, they took us on a campus tour and I was able to meet with the academic dean and some academic advisors.
"Then I ate dinner and hung out with my host Kevin Haslam. It was really awesome because he's a really nice person. He told me about how he gained a lot of weight and how he loves the offensive line coach. He said the offensive line has a good chemistry and the coaches are very upfront with you."
On Saturday, Muldrow took in a practice and made a visit to New York City.
"I watched practice and I kept a close eye on the offensive line drills," he said. "They work hard and it was a very up-tempo practice.
"After that, we went up to New York. That was a lot of fun because we got to eat at the ESPNZone and then we walked around Times Square."
Before leaving on Sunday, Muldrow met with Greg Schiano.
"He talked to me a lot about how much they want me there," he said. "He told me they are trying to get the best offensive line class. I can say I really liked it."
The three-star prospect rated his visit to Rutgers a perfect 10.
"There is so much to do there and I really like the honesty of the coaching staff," he said. "They are on top of my list and I'd probably favoring them for my commitment."
Before he commits, Muldrow plans to take one more official to Penn State on January 19th.
"I'm looking forward to that visit," he said. "I'm going to be looking for the same things I did at Rutgers, honesty from the coaching staff and how I feel my host. I also want to see how it is there with Joe Paterno."