Greg Schiano earns commitment from 4-star athlete during Ohio State game

Rutgers is having a good day. In addition to the men’s basketball team beating Ohio State at Jersey Mike’s Arena, and coach Steve Pikiell adding a commitment from

five-star, top-10 prospect Ace Bailey, Greg Schiano joined the party when the football coach snagged a commitment from Michigan four-star athlete Gabriel Winowich during the

game. A 6-1, 215-pounder with wheels and next-level athleticism, he has been described as “Christian McCaffrey and Toby Gerhart combined in one,” by analyst Benjamin

Rohaly, who has watched him closely. In Winowich, Rutgers adds athleticism to an offense in need of plenty points and playmakers. MORE FROM TODDERICK HUNT - Being in

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