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Tough Rutgers Season Doesn't Deter Hill

Three-star prospect Jordan Hill committed to Rutgers earlier in the summer and doesn't plan on leaving.

Hill said the team is having a rough season with some new guys, but expects things to turn around. "Winning or losing this year is not a factor," Hill said when asked if the team's poor record would make him open up his recruiting. Head coach Greg Schiano played a "big factor" in Hill's decision because he said "he's a great guy." Rutgers feels just like home for him, and that...

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