"It's hard. I have talked to pretty much every team. Some say the same stuff, some say different, but it doesn't really matter until they draft me. They can say all they want, but until they pick my name, then I'll know they were really interested."
With the Spring Game over and the season still more than four months away, Nassib becomes one of the biggest SU football stories this summer. Lets hope that he grabs the spotlight this week in New York, so that the program can share in the glow.
Said Gait: "Overall, it was a good day for Syracuse lacrosse. We are happy with everything and that everyone had an opportunity to play."
Harris registered four of the Orange's nine caused turnovers against Georgetown as part of a dominant defensive effort that held the Hoyas to just six goals until the final two minutes of the win. He also scooped up four ground balls on the defensive end and as a wing on faceoffs.
"God willing I go high," Thomas said of this week's NFL Draft. "God willing."
But what if it doesn't pan out? What if Buffalo goes in a different direction with its first- and second-round picks? What if another team snatches Nassib, a player who has received immense praise from Jon Gruden and a handful of other draft experts, before the Bills can pounce?
The Post-Standard caught up with a few of the 2013 signees to check in on what they've been up to since signing day. Here's what they had to say:
Scott Shafer is...110th? Okay, sure.
The prospective Class of 2017 slept over in the Dome this weekend. No truth to the rumor that Boeheim read them 'Go The F*** To Sleep.'