Last month, the Rutgers football team added more pieces to its 2023 and 2024 rosters from recruiting commitments and the transfer portal. Here's a look at each player the Scarlet Knights will be bringing to Piscataway.
JaQuae Jackson — Transfer Wide Receiver
JaQuae Jackson joined senior wide receiver Naseim Brantley as the only two wide receivers to transfer to Rutgers for their senior seasons starting this fall.
Jackson played at the Division II California University of Pennsylvania for his first three seasons. In his junior season, he became an All-American and scored 13 touchdowns while racking up 1,178 receiving yards on 77 receptions. He led his team in all categories.
Jackson gives the Knights another experienced wide receiver to an otherwise fresh and young 2023 wide receiver room.
Isaiah Crumpler — Class of 2024 Wide Receiver
Rated as a three-star recruit, rising senior Isaiah Crumpler is poised to be a speedy and strong threat at the wide receiver position.
In his junior year, Crumpler caught a total of 55 passes for 614 receiving yards and five touchdown receptions.
Crumpler also played safety and showed off his skills on the defensive side of the ball with 86 total tackles, five interceptions, three pass deflections and two forced fumbles.
The 6-foot-1, 180-pound receiver is listed as the 29th overall prospect in his hometown state of North Carolina.
Raynor Andrews — Class of 2024 Offensive Lineman
Rutgers made a move to help shore up the future of its offensive line by announcing the commitment of rising senior Raynor Andrews.
Andrews is a three-star offensive lineman who stands at 6-foot-6 and weighs in at 315 pounds. Andrews can play both right tackle and left tackle but works best on the left side of the offensive line.
Andrews is ranked as the 104th-best offensive tackle in the nation, according to 247 Sports.
Tyclean Luman and Tycoolhill Luman — Class of 2024 Defensive Ends
Rising seniors Tyclean Luman and Tycoolhill Luman will join the Knights' defensive line in 2024 after it was announced the brothers would be committing to Rutgers as a pair.
The duo combined for 121 tackles, 55 tackles for loss and 25 sacks in their junior seasons at Miami Jackson.
Tyclean Luman accumulated 63 tackles, 26 tackles for losses, 12 sacks and an interception last season, while Tycoolhill Luman had 63 tackles, 29 tackles for loss and 13 sacks.
As the college football season gets closer and closer, the Knights will keep looking for ways to improve their roster now and for the future.
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