Since we last caught you up on Syracuse Orange football recruiting, Dino Babers and the coaching staff have been plenty busy handing out more offers for the 2017 class and beyond. And when we say beyond, we really mean beyond.
Last week, Syracuse dished out an offer to three-star 2017 OT Vincent McConnell. McConnell, out of Washington High School in Massillon, Ohio, is 6-foot-6 and 255 pounds. Scout.com has him listed as the fifth-ranked offensive tackle in his state.
McConnell wasn't the only three-star to hear from the Orange recently. TE Jeremiah Hall reported that he received an offer from Syracuse earlier this month. Hall, out of Charlotte, is the third ranked tight end in North Carolina in his class. He's listed at 6-foot-3 and 225 pounds on Scout.com.
Syracuse also made a move for the 2018 class just yesterday. QB Kevin Doyle out of Malvern Prep School in Malvern, PA announced that he received an offer from Coach Babers and company. Malvern Prep is the same school that churned out former Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib. This is the sixth offer Doyle has received.
On the defensive side of the ball, Syracuse handed out an offer to 2017 DT Marcus Coleman out of Maryland. Coleman visited Syracuse on a recruiting trip in February. He's listed at 6-foot-5 and 280 pounds.
Blessed to receive my 2nd offer of the day from the university of Syracuse pic.twitter.com/zTfNAyReat— loading... (@thereal__marcus) May 18, 2016
Also catching the eye of the Orange coaching staff is 2017 DE/OLB Jabreel Stevens out of Tampa Jefferson. Stevens received an offer last week. He has stated that his decision will most likely come after next season.
On Friday another defensive recruit got an offer from SU. The Orange offered Diego Fagot, a Class of 2017 inside linebacker from Florida. This is one of 20 reported offers Fagot has received.
- Zach Morton, a three-star DE who committed to the Orange earlier this month, won MVP of The Opening Chicago regional camp.
- Class of 2017 four-star safety Jonathan Sutherland named Cuse in his top six schools.