The Pride Of The Garden State 2011 Rutgers Scarlet Knights Team Preview Players To Watch - Offense QB DC Jefferson (Junior) 2010 - 1021 Passing / 8 TDs (92 Overall) 81 Speed / 90 Throwing Power / 90 Throwing Accuracy This highly recruited prospect out of high school has been on a long journey to get to this point. As a freshman, he was switched to TE, only to move back to QB. Luckily for Rutgers, this kid has all the tools to succeed. HB Jourdan Brooks (Senior) 2010 - 29 Carries / 114 Yards / 1 TD (91 Overall) 88 Speed / 87 Strength / 91 Acceleration / 93 Break Tackle After 4 years of waiting, the redshirt senior will finally get his chance to shine. This kid is a bruiser and Rutgers will lean heavily on the senior to move the chains and win the time of possession battle in 2011. WR Timothy Wright (Senior) 2010 - 45 Receptions / 734 Yards / 4 TDs (88 Overall) 88 Speed / 93 Acceleration / 80 Catch / 86 Catch In Traffic This local product spent two years on the bench before exploding in 2010, leading the Scarlet Knights in receptions and yards. As a senior, Wright will be expected to increase those totals and take the defensive focus off the run game. Players To Watch - Defense MLB Eric LeGrand (Senior) 2010 - 9 Tackles / 2 Forced Fumbles (89 Overall) 80 Speed / 89 Tackle / 89 Block Shedding Former DT made the switch to MLB early in college career. Now a starter, must anchor the middle of the Rutgers defense. ROLB Manny Abreu (Senior) 2010 - 87 Tackles / 4 Sacks / 3 Interceptions (92 Overall) 84 Speed / 91 Awareness / 89 Hit Power A three year starter, this talented ROLB is the veteran leader the Rutgers defense and the head of a talented linebacker corps. Fast, intelligent, and a big hitter, you won't find too many linebackers as talented as Abreu in the Big East Conference. SS Khaseem Greene (Junior) 2010 - 27 Tackles / 1 Sack / 3 Interceptions / 2 Fumble Recoveries (90 Overall) 94 Speed / 94 Acceleration / 90 Hit Power / 92 Zone Coverage Wow, this kid is a stud! One of the fastest safties in the game, he also knows how to lay the wood to receivers who venture across the middle. If he continues to improve, he has the ability to play on Sundays.