Jennings and his father, Orea, spent more than six hours on campus and met with various members of the staff, including receivers coach Matt Simon, offensive coordinator Ron Prince, his recruiting coach, Darryl Wilson and Scarlet Knights coach Kyle Flood.
"He's committed to Rutgers and that's where he's going to play ball at," Orea Jennings said. "Everything got answered that we wanted answered. Adonis had a good time. A lot of stuff was answered and he had a good time."
It was Jennings' second trip to Rutgers in two weeks, but an official visit to Iowa was mixed in. At this point, Jennings does not plan on making any other visits, his dad said.
A big portion of the day was spent in meetings, and with the explanation Jennings would play a big role in the future of the Scarlet Knights in the Big Ten.
"They want him," Orea Jennings said. "They want him and they said he can contribute to the team (early) and be a big part of the offense. It's something we already knew. We talked to the staff and went through everything, and it gave us more clarity."
The meeting was something needed, he added.
"That was very important," Orea Jennings said. "It's always important to find out where the team is going, which way the organization is going. It was all positive, all good."
Jennings leads Timber Creek, which is 6-1, with 49 catches for 782 yards and eight touchdowns.