Rutgers football legacy Jake Guarnera gets an offer from the Big Ten program

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The latest Rutgers football offer went out to Florida offensive lineman Jake Guarnera this week, a player with ties to the Big Ten university.

A class of 2024 offensive lineman from Ponte Vedra High School (Ponte Vedra, FL), Guarnera is a 6-foot-4, 275-pound offensive lineman. Rutgers is his second Power Five offer and second offer from a Big Ten program.

Penn State football offered Guarnera earlier this year.

His three current offers now stand at Penn State, Rutgers and South Florida. The Bulls offered him in mid-May.

He also plays baseball where he pitches and also lines up at first base, third base, catcher and outfield.

On the football field, Ponte Vedra went 4-6 last season.

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Guarnera tweeted about the offer on Thursday morning, including his connection to Rutgers via his parents:

 

His father was Jim Guarnera, who played for Rutgers in the 1990s as a defensive lineman.

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Last season as a freshman, the younger Guanera participated in the prestigious Football University Freshman All-American Bowl. The FBU bowl game features the top athletes in the nation who are coming off their first season of high school football.