New Jersey is home to some of the best high school seniors in the country this year. The small state has produced heralded prospects like Darius Hamilton, Devin Fuller, and Yuri Wright. The 2013 class may be no different as there are many talented prospects such as Galloway (N.J) Absegami athlete Rashad Kinlaw.
Kinlaw, who plays QB in his teams spread offense, has been turning heads with his ability to both pass and run the ball. He holds an offer from Rutgers so far, and gave an overall update on his recruiting process.
"Pretty well so far, I only have one offer from Rutgers but schools like Georgia Tech, Purdue, Boston College and Cincinnati have been sending me stuff," said Kinlaw.
Kinlaw, who stands at 6-foot ,178-pounds, is be recruited by teams as an athlete and quarterback. Does he have a preference of positions?
"I probably want to play on the offensive side of the ball at either quarterback or receiver," said Kinlaw. "But if a team needs a defensive player, I'll probably move to cornerback."
Kinlaw discussed a couple of schools who may be close to joining Rutgers with in offer.
"Boston College and South Carolina send a lot of stuff to me and have invited me to come watch a game, so I would say they are the closest," said Kinlaw.
Kinlaw says he is hoping to go to Rutgers this weekend to check out the Pittsburg game and would also like to get out to Boston College and South Carolina. What does he like about the Scarlet Knights?
"I like their campus and surroundings a lot, and I like the facilities," said Kinlaw. "The coaches there have just told me that they are watching me and to keep my grades up."
Finally, Kinlaw was asked about any current favorites.
"Miami first and then I don't really," said Kinlaw. "Miami just seems like a great place with a nice campus and nice people. I was supposed to go there this summer but couldn't because of football camp."