A bunch of Syracuse Orange football players announced they’d transfer from the program in recent months, which you already knew. Some, like Trey Dunkelberger (Western Illinois), Alryk Perry (Valdosta State) and Austin Wilson (Coastal Carolina) have already found new places to play. You can now add Anthony Giudice to the list.
Giudice, a defensive tackle from Monroe Township, N.J. will head downstate to finish out his career for the FCS Fordham Rams, he announced on his Instagram page on Tuesday. By going the FCS route, he’ll be able to suit up right away. Had he chosen another FBS program, he would’ve been forced to sit a year per NCAA transfer rules.
In two seasons with the Orange, Giudice appeared in 14 games, collecting four tackles — including two for a loss (one of those a sack). He was a two-star recruit coming out of high school, and while he didn’t get much time on the field at Syracuse, his experiences there should provide immediate help for the Rams. He’ll have two years remaining, plus the opportunity for a redshirt year, should the need present itself.
Best of luck at Fordham, Anthony!