DeWitt Punter is the First Rutgers player to ever be selected for First-Team All-Big Ten

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Jeff Corrion
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Former DeWitt wide receiver, Ryan Anderson who was a top receiver in the state of Michigan as a senior became the first Rutgers player ever to be selected for the First-Team All-Big Ten.

Anderson who had over 1,000 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior at DeWitt in 2012 started off his career at Division 2 program Saginaw Valley State, transferred to Division 3 program Olivet, and wound up as the Punter at Rutgers of the Big 10.

Anderson set a Rutgers single-season record by averaging 44.4 yards per punt. 20 of his punts landed inside the 20-yard line, with a long of 70 yards, and 14 were fair caught.

Anderson is nominated for the Ray Guy Award watch list which is awarded to the best Punter in the NCAA.