New Jersey's Top Uncommitted Prospects
The summer is heating up and it has been a busy time on the commitment trail. Twenty-seven members of New Jersey's 2013 class already committed, which is more than half of the Division I prospects. As coaches get ready to take much of July off, FOXSportsNEXT takes a look at the top uncommitted players in the state. Alquadin Muhammad, DE, 6-3, 230, Don Bosco Prep, Ramsey The top ranked uncommitted player in the state is long and athletic. He sometimes drops into coverage and is explosive off the snap off the ball. He is yet to trim his list nor make visits (outside of Rutgers), but Michigan, Notre Dame and Rutgers are the schools most often mentioned in connection with his name. Dorian Miller, OL, 6-3, 285, Metuchen High, Metuchen Miller is a road-grader type of offensive lineman with power and agility. The four-star is listing Rutgers and Tennessee as favorites but he doesn't plan on making a decision until signing day. He also is looking heavily at South Florida...
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