NCAA: Mr. Versatility, Mohamed Sanu

Over the past few years the Rutgers Scarlet Knights have proved to be a mere shadow of the BCS sweethearts they were back in 2006, yet head coach Greg Schiano has somehow continued to find ways to convince some of the best talent in the Northeast to come and play football in the state of New Jersey. Perhaps no other player since the departure of tailback Ray Rice to the Baltimore Ravens back in 2008 has emerged as prolific an example of this trend as Mohamed Sanu, a 6’2”, 218-pound receiver who spent his childhood shuttling between New Jersey and his parents’ home country of Sierra Leone.

A standout player at South Brunswick High School in New Jersey who helped his team earn its first playoff berth in 40 years

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