After Rutgers football camp, Kevin Heywood gets an offer

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Kevin Heywood pulled down an offer from Rutgers football this weekend as the Scarlet Knights look eager to continue their pipeline from Archbishop Wood.

A 6-foot-7, 280-pound offensive tackle, Heywood earned this offer from the Big Ten program following his performance at Saturday’s camp. For Heywood, it was the first Power Five offer of his recruitment.

His previous offer came from UConn, an independent program. He is a class of 2024 recruit.

There is a strong connection for Heywood with Rutgers football. Last month, his former head coach, Matt Walp, joined the Scarlet Knights as the director of player engagement.

Last week was a very busy one for Rutgers football, as they received three commitments, all from the tristate area (traditionally dubbed ‘The State of Rutgers’).

 

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On Wednesday, three-star h-back Dante Barone committed to the programs. Then on Thursday, Rutgers offered the Long Island duo of wide receiver Dylan Braithwaite and safety Ian Strong.

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Both players committed to Rutgers on the spot.