Rutgers makes first cut of Tyler Friday, N.J.s top 2-way lineman









Wednesday, Don Bosco Ramsey, N.J. rising senior defensive tackle Tyler Friday announced his top list of schools, which included hometown Rutgers.

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Wednesday,Don Bosco Ramsey, N.J. rising senior defensive tackle Tyler Friday announced his top 15 list of schools, which included hometown Rutgers.
Obviously, the staff still has a long way to go with 75 percent of the teams to offer still in contention.
But its a start.

Updated TOP 15 No order !![?]
-- Big Smooth @almighty_ty5 May 25, 2017

The 6-3, 263-pounder put forth a strong performance at The Opening N.J. Regional in April, making the final five. He ran a 5.06-second 40, a 4.7-second shuttle, threw the power ball 37 feet and displayed a 31.2-inch vertical leap.
And he is regarded as one of two players for the 2018 recruiting cycle.
The Top 50 FB weekly roundup
In 2016,the No. 2 player in the Top 50 was a dominant force on both side of the ball, playing defensive tackle, end and offensive guard.
The Jersey City native also listed North Carolina, Michigan, Ohio State, Alabama, Miami, Penn State, Georgia, UCLA, Michigan State, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and West Virginia within his top 15.

Todderick Hunt may be reached at . Follow him on Twitter @TodderickHunt. Find Rutgers Football on Facebook.




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Rutgers makes first cut of Tyler Friday, N.J.s top 2-way lineman
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Wednesday, Don Bosco Ramsey, N.J. rising senior defensive tackle Tyler Friday announced his top list of schools, which included hometown Rutgers.

Watch video




Wednesday,Don Bosco Ramsey, N.J. rising senior defensive tackle Tyler Friday announced his top 15 list of schools, which included hometown Rutgers.
Obviously, the staff still has a long way to go with 75 percent of the teams to offer still in contention.
But its a start.

Updated TOP 15 No order !![?] pic.twitter.com/hyrCLCLa6w
-- Big Smooth @almighty_ty5 May 25, 2017

The 6-3, 263-pounder put forth a strong performance at The Opening N.J. Regional in April, making the final five. He ran a 5.06-second 40, a 4.7-second shuttle, threw the power ball 37 feet and displayed a 31.2-inch vertical leap.
And he is regarded as one of N.J.stop two players for the 2018 recruiting cycle.
The NJ.com Top 50 FB weekly roundup
In 2016,the No. 2 player in the NJ.com Top 50 was a dominant force on both side of the ball, playing defensive tackle, end and offensive guard.
The Jersey City native also listed North Carolina, Michigan, Ohio State, Alabama, Miami, Penn State, Georgia, UCLA, Michigan State, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and West Virginia within his top 15.

Todderick Hunt may be reached at thunt@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @TodderickHunt. Find NJ.com Rutgers Football on Facebook.




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