Yesterday, John started looking at what the Orange's defense could look like under Babers with a basic break down of the Tampa 2 defense. One of the biggest changes we'll be looking at is with linebackers: instead of smaller, pin your ears back types, Babers is going to be looking at bigger, more versatile athletes.
Right on cue...
Three-star Illinois RB Sam Brodner (@sambrodner4) plans to take an official visit to Syracuse in January, according to the Chicago Tribune.— Paul Schwedelson (@pschweds) December 17, 2015
Brodner is the Gatorade Player of the Year for Illinois. He was a Vanderbilt commit, but recently decided to reopen his decision and look elsewhere.
On the offensive side of the ball, the Doug Marrone JUCO Pipeline (TM) might be open once again.
Putting my tiny recruiting cap on for a second (small head): Riverside City CC WR Alonge Brooks says Dino Babers will visit him in January.— Nate Mink (@MinkNate) December 17, 2015
According to Rivals, the 6'3" wide out was looking at a few schools before JUCO, including Nebraska and Washington. Scout has that his current list of suitors include Hawaii, Middle Tennessee and Syracuse.