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Syracuse Football Recruiting: Three Oak Ridge (FL) HS Targets to Visit for Clemson Game

Syracuse has offers out to ILB Jonathan Jones, DB Cycoby Burch and ATH Tyrek Tisdale; they will visit the Carrier Dome together on November 14th.

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As Syracuse continues to focus its recruiting efforts in the talent rich Sunshine State, three more targets will be visiting on November 14th when the Syracuse Orange take on the Clemson Tigers, according to CuseNation's Mike McAllister. All three recruits are teammates at Oak Ridge High School in Orlando Florida.

Jonathan Jones is a 5'11", 220 lbs. inside linebacker who is rated three-stars. He has offers from top programs such as Stanford, Michigan, and Notre Dame among his approximately thirty offers. Jones has already taken an official visit to Notre Dame. According to McAllister, Jones said he is 'very interested' in Syracuse and wants to learn more about Syracuse's academics and the team atmosphere.

Cycoby Burch is a 6'1" 190 lbs. defensive back for Oak Ridge. He is rated three-stars by each recruiting services as well. He has offers from North Carolina, Indiana, and West Virginia among others. Burch has said that West Virginiais the leader based upon his relationship with their coaches and he has scheduled an official visit to Morgantown this weekend. If Burch does not commit this weekend while visiting the Mountaineers, it will be a good sign that Burch is at least still considering other schools.

Tyrek Tisdale is a 6'0" 200 lbs. athlete who is being recruited by Syracuse to play offense as a running back, hybrid or wide receiver. Tisdale originally committed to the University of Florida Gators; however, he recently re-opened his recruiting. According to McAllister, Tisdale is 'very interested' in Syracuse and wants to learn more about SU's academics when he visits and to better acquaint himselves with the Orange coaching staff. Syracuse could use a running back in this class if Moe Neal & Darius Stubbs are both slated for the hybrid position.