Atlantic City High School wide receiver Sah’nye Degraffenreidt has made his college decision and he is staying home.

Degraffenreidt decided to commit to play football at Rutgers University in New Jersey, making the announcement on his social media account.

"I have decided to attend Rutgers University," Degraffenreidt said in a video posted on his social media account.

He had 51 catches for 894 yards and 11 touchdowns as a sophomore, which put him on the map, making him one of the areas top recruited players entering 2023, leading to offers from schools like West Virginia, Pitt, Georgia, Michigan and Penn State.  He followed that catching 43 passes for 1,007 yards and 16 TDs as a junior.

"For the past three years, I have created so many memories at Atlantic City high school, and I look to create more my senior season."

He has helped put Atlantic City Vikings football back on the map after back-to-back strong seasons and they will be a part of this years Battle at the Beach event in Ocean City against Mainland to open the season.

He showed his unbelievable skill set ability to catch the ball on Thanksgiving Day in 2022 against Holy Spirit, making a SportsCenter Top 10 catch.

He thanks his family, coaches and everyone who helped him make his decision throughout the process.

Now he is bringing his talents to North Jersey to play for Rutgers.

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