The talented duo of Myles Mack and Jerome Seagears is ready to bring Rutgers out of the Big East basement.
Word on the Rutgers campus is that they are making waves in pickup games with their teammates, and it's not out of the question that both true freshmen can start for the Scarlet Knights.
Mack, a 5'9" scoring guard, brings a much-needed winning mentality to the team. He is coming off a senior season in which he won a mythical national championship at the legendary St. Anthony's High School under Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley.
The 6'1" Seagears can penetrate with the best of them, and is fearless in traffic. He also has a feathery jump shot.
Both talented guards are fiercely competitive, which is why Rutgers head coach Mike Rice believes they can be the pioneers for the State University of New Jersey.