Rutgers Football: Max Melton talks NFL draft and playing with his brother, Bo Melton

With the NFL Draft only a month away, Max Melton is expected to draw the interest of teams across the league. The New Jersey native is coming off a productive four-year stint at Rutgers, where he recorded 110 tackles. Depending on where he is drafted, he may get the opportunity to face his brother Bo Melton, who is with the Green Bay Packers.

On Tuesday morning, Max Melton was on Good Morning Football, where he discussed playing with his brother at Rutgers and what it would be like to potentially play Bo Melton in the NFL. While on the show, Max Melton was asked whether he would want to play with his brother or against him at the next level.

“Against, definitely against,” Melton said.

“It’d be cool to get against my brother at practice. I have been going against my brother ever since we were little, even in high school and college. I’d like to go against him when the lights go on.”

Would @melton_max rather play WITH or AGAINST his @packers brother Bo Melton 👀

— Good Morning Football (@gmfb) March 26, 2024

During his appearance on the show, Max Melton also reflected on scoring a touchdown in the same game as his brother while they both were at Rutgers.

“It was great, but I didn’t even know until after the game,” Melton said.

“When you’re in the line of war, you don’t really think about that stuff. I didn’t take until after the game when the media came up to me and said (that) you guys have a pretty good stat you might wanna know about.”

Story originally appeared on Rutgers Wire