Hallmon announced his decision on Twitter and the news has been confirmed by multiple reports.
I've decided to take my talents up north to the university of Rutgers!#ScarletKnights @KyleFloodRU @RU_Recruiting @NJ_RutgersFB
— Deion Hallmon (@DeionHallmon) August 26, 2013
He was a highly-offered prospect, holding more than 20 BCS conference scholarships. Hallmon had planned an Oct. 11 official visit to Wisconsin and received offers from Arizona, Arkansas, Auburn, Boston College, Cincinnati, Clemson, UConn, Florida State, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Memphis, Miami, Mississippi State, Nebraska, North Carolina State, Ole Miss, Pittsburgh, Purdue, South Carolina, South Florida, Syracuse, Temple, UCLA, Wake Forest, Washington State and West Virginia.
Non-BCS programs such as Akron, Appalachian State, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, East Carolina, Eastern Michigan, Florida A&M, Florida Atlantic, Louisiana-Lafayette, Marshall, Middle Tennessee, Northern Illinois, Ohio, South Alabama and Western Kentucky also offered the 5-foot-11, 175-pound senior.
Rutgers now has 23 verbals for 2014 and the nation's 19th best recruiting class.