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June 16, 2008
Syracuse recruiting: A couple weeks in review
The Syracuse Orange have had many prospects showing interest in them so far in the recruiting process. Read on to find out about what a few prospects said over the past week.
North Plainfield (NJ) North Plainfield defensive tackle Tyson Chandler had a solid junior season with 52 tackles and 22 of them were for a loss. However even after that solid season Chandler had to wait awhile for his offers to come in. Now as June arrives he is carrying a half dozen offers.
Jersey DT talks offers and more
Sugar Land (TX) Fort Bend Austin offensive center Ben Hughes is the son of a former NFL player Mike Hughes who was drafted by the Washington Redskins. Now the younger Hughes is trying to make his mark on the football field as he is holding onto a few scholarship offers.
Hughes talks SU
Miami (FL) Dade Christian inside linebacker Daniel Mack has over 20 scholarship offers and more could be on the way. The Florida prospect talked with CuseConfidential about his recent offer from Syracuse. Read on to see what the prospect has to say.
Mack ready to narrow schools?
Hyattsville (MD) DeMatha outside linebacker Raheem Cardwell was a second team all conference performer a season ago. The numbers that helped him reach that mark were 60 tackles including six sacks. Those numbers led to a Syracuse scholarship offer and CuseConfidential caught up with the prospect.
Cardwell has two offers
Carneys Point (NJ) Penns Grove running back Aaron Hayward is heading into the summer holding 10 scholarships and hoping for more. One school however that was thought to have offered him actually did not and he talked with CuseConfidential about that school.
Hayward holds one less offer
Philadelphia (NY) Indian River running back Curtis Dukes is a new name in the world of recruiting, but colleges have known about him much longer. As it stands right now he holds a couple BCS offers and he talked with CuseConfidential about his hometown school.
NY running back talks hometown team and favorites
Norfolk (VA) Maury safety Laroy Reynolds was a first team all-district selection last season and his on field play is starting to pay off. Reynolds has three offers and he talked with CuseConfidential about his latest offer from Syracuse.
Reynolds likes Syracuse coaches
Opa Locka (FL) Monsignor Pace wide receiver Sterling Griffin is seeing his recruitment heat up as he is approaching double digit scholarship offers. One of Griffin's most recent offers came for a school a little farther north than he is used to.
Recruiting heats up for FLA receiver
Montvale (NJ) St. Joseph's running back Kevin Adams holds two scholarship offers from a couple Big East schools. Adams recently took a few minutes out of his day to talk with Cuseconfidential about his offer from Syracuse University.
Adams visiting Big East schools
Syracuse decides against 7-on-7
For the past two years, football fans in Syracuse have been treated to a summer 7-on-7 passing tournament on campus one month before the college football season kicked off. Syracuse has decided not to have the event this summer though, which raises a debate about the best way for the Orange coaching staff to promote the Syracuse campus.
Syracuse decides against 7-on-7