Despite losing recruiter Ron Prince, Rutgers' Logan Lister hope place remains for tight end
[EDITOR'S NOTE: Rutgers is reportedly close to hiring former Maryland head coach Ralph Friedgen, who has typically run a pro-style offense.]
“I watched Tyler a lot on TV," said Lister, a Rivals.com three-star prospect . "I liked how they used him a lot. They were able to throw passes to him in the back of the end zone. That’s what I was looking for in a program.”
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On body molding from high school offensive line to college tight end: "I put on 10-15 pounds playing offensive line. I shed a lot of it lately. I’m back down to 250. I don’t think I’ll have to shed much more weight.
“When I went from tight end to o-line, I wasn’t running as much, I put on more weight. Maybe it wasn’t good weight, but I was still putting it on. I wasn’t fat or anything like that. I got up 265, closer to 270. And then after the season ended, I was running a little bit more and I shed it. Ever since I got here, I shed a lot of it. It’s all about what you put into your body.”