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Syracuse Football Recruiting: Five More Offers Go Out

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SO...MANY...OFFERS...

Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

Syracuse has gone an offering rampage during this spring evaluation period. Yesterday, two articles were posted about four prospects, two JUCO offensive lineman, a 2016 WR, and a 2016 S receiving offers. Since those articles were posted yesterday, it is reported that five more prospects have been offered. Let's take a look at some of the new names on the Orange recruiting board:

2016 TE Danny Dalton

Danny Dalton is a tight end prospect out of Mansfield High School in Massachusetts and is a former BC commit. Scout.com rates him as a 3-star and names him the No. 25 TE in the 2016 and No. 4 on the east coast. In addition to Syracuse, he also holds offers from Penn State, Arkansas, and Alabama just to name a few.

2017 QB Hendon Hooker

Hendon Hooker is a quarterback out of Greensboro, N.C. The 6-foot-4 190 pound dual-threat has only one other offer from ACC opponent Clemson, but has visited Auburn, Florida State, and North Carolina. While he does not yet have a rating on any site, expect him to be a three-star at minimum with the type of interest he's generating.

2016 CB Damar Hamlin

Damar Hamlin is a 6-foot-1 185 pound corner out of Pittsburgh, PA. He runs a 4.5 40-yard dash and according to 247Sports, Syracuse must feel really confident in fighting offers from the likes of Penn State, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Clemson, Michigan State and many others.

2016 WR Aaron Matthews

Aaron Matthews is a 6-foot-5 175 pound wide receiver out of Clairton, PA. According to 247Sports, he is rated as a four-star and holds offers from the likes of Maryland, BC, Pitt, and West Virginia along with Syracuse.

2016 K Nick Null

Nick Null's Syracuse offer has been rather underreported. He is a prospect out of Manatee High School in Bradenton, FL. According to Kohl's Kicking Camps, he is currently ranked as the No. 22 kicker and the No. 16 punter in the 2016 class. Syracuse is his first D1 offer. He visited Syracuse for their spring game earlier this month.