Ryan Dunleavy and Keith Sargeant | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com What Rutgers offseason? No such thing. The football team's first game on Labor Day weekend is just around the corner, but some other Rutgers fall sports get underway before the end of August. And two Rutgers winter sports -- men's basketball and wrestling -- are competing for the top headlines. Rutgers football spring game WHO IS THE MOST IMPROVED PLAYER IN FOOTBALL TRAINING CAMP? John Munson | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
PISCATAWAY -- Tyshon Fogg came out of high school with a "Big Ten-sized" body, so Rutgers' highest-rated true freshman linebacker is focused on developing a Big Ten-caliber mentality. "It's studying the playbook, getting used to the speed of the game," Fogg said. "College is very different than high school dealing with the guys you go against on a day-to-day basis." "You always have to work on your body and getting your body fat percentage lower.
Dorian Miller needed a second to remember how long (or not long) quarterback Kyle Bolin has been at Rutgers. Like Miller, a three-year starter on the offensive line, Bolin was named one of the team's four co-captains this week. The difference is that Bolin arrived in late May as a graduate transfer from Louisville, so he wasn't even part of spring practice. "That's truly a testament to his character," Miller said. "His transition has been smooth.
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