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An All-Star Performance

Andre Civil was among one of the four Rutgers commitments who participated in a national all-star game. In the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl, he helped the East team to a 29-3 victory by registering two sacks and a number of QB hurries.

The Brooklyn native had a strong showing at the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl. Allen Trieu, Midwest Recruiting Analyst described Civil as "a good athlete who impressed me this week. He got into the backfield a lot and in the game, showed ability to run down ball carriers." Civil credits his two sacks and his QB hurries to the tutorial of James Harris, who taught him various... Recommended Stories

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