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Rutgers is a big fish in the small pond.

The Scarlet Knights have just one Big Ten member (Iowa) and they have never had a losing season in the program’s 15-year history.

But that’s not to say they don’t have talent.

Here’s what you need to know about the top recruits in the Big Ten. 

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This year, the Scarlet Knight football team is ranked No. 1 in the country.

This comes as no surprise considering that the team is undefeated in 2017.

The program is ranked second in the nation in scoring defense (24.7 points per game), third in rushing defense (2.1 yards per carry) and second in total defense (264.8 yards per game).

In 2018, the team will be ranked No: 4. 

“The big thing is that they’re still in the process of building that identity.

They’re still learning and adjusting to new situations and new coaches and new players,” Rutgers head coach Chris Ash said. 

That’s where the recruiting landscape looks to be.

Rutgers is ranked in the top 10 of and 247sports Composite.

Rivals ranked the Scarlet Kings fourth in the Atlantic Coast Conference and No. 2 in the conference.

The New Jersey native and former Maryland standout has the most top recruits among Big Ten programs.

“The main thing we are looking to is to get our guys in our system and give them a chance,” Ash said of the recruiting cycle. 

The recruiting cycle is not exactly the same as the regular season.

While Rutgers has a number of commitments, it has a smaller pool of eligible recruits.

The recruiting cycle begins with a visit from the opposing team, a four-day camp in the state of New Jersey, and a visit to a neutral site.

That’s it. 

After that, the recruiting period runs through the first week of March, with an additional two-day visit to New Jersey and the team making its final visit to the state. 

During that period, there is a visit and two camps at the New Jersey camp and two visits in Maryland. 

There are also some players from the Rutgers coaching staff who are eligible for the 2018 recruiting cycle and who are not on the list of players currently on the 2018-19 roster. 

It sounds like a lot of work, but Ash said that’s just part of the process. 

Rutgers is a good program with good coaches, but it’s not the same without its top talent.

That means that recruiting is a lot more difficult, he said.

“There’s a lot that goes into that process.

The biggest thing for me is getting those guys into our program.

Getting them in our program is the biggest thing that I think we can do,” Ash added. 

Ash also stressed that the process doesn’t stop once a player is on the team. 

We’re not really looking for top guys right now.

We’re not going to do that until we get those guys in the building, he added.

The first thing that we look at is how good are they at what they’re doing, but the guys that we get are going to be our next generation of guys.” 

Rasheed Harris is an assistant coach and offensive coordinator for the Rutgers men’s basketball team.

He has been the head coach at Rutgers since 2009. 

Harris is the third coach in the last four seasons to hold the position. 

When Harris was at Maryland, the Terrapins finished in the Final Four the first four years.

The last two seasons, the program went 11-15. 

A year ago, the Rutgers program was ranked No 4 in the preseason AP poll. 

In 2017, the Blackshirts finished No. 6 in the poll.

They were ranked No 8 in the ACC, No. 8 in America East and No 3 in the USA Today Coaches Poll. 

If the Scarlet Jackets win out, the school will have reached its goal of becoming the first NCAA Division I team to win back-to-back national championships.