Versatility and unselfishness are two words that can describe Rutgers safety Jeremy Deering. With the Scarlet Knight, Deering has played running back, receiver, and eventually safety. He also scored a touchdown rushing, receiving, and return touchdown. I guess add playmaker to his list of abilities too. Deering now enters the next phase of his football life, making his path towards the NFL Draft his May (8). Deering immediately made an impact at Rutgers appearing in all 12 games as a true freshman and finished as the team's second leading rusher with 352 yards as a quarterback in the Wildcat package. His sophomore season, Deering made the move from wide receiver to running back in spring drills. Deering also became the teams kick returner, returning 17 kicks for 530 yards and one touchdown. His numbers led the Big East and ranked fourth nationally with 31.2.
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