Recruiting Roundup: Syracuse extends offer to Donovan Jeter

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Congratulations to former Syracuse star Marvin Harrison on being the eighth SU player to be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The Orange is now tied for fourth for all-time entrees. On to today’s recruiting links…

Syracuse is the latest school to offer Beaver Falls (Pa.) defensive lineman Donovan Jeter. The four-star prospect holds 21 offers according to 247 Sports, including Michigan State, Ohio State, Penn State, and Pitt, among others.

Sports Blog spoke to 2017 Syracuse wide receiver commit Daewood Davis and he spoke about the recruiting process. “It was a situation where I thought I was gonna lose my offers because my coach said I would if I play for him so I had to make something happen,” Davis said about why he picked Syracuse. He recently received an offer from West Virginia.

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Northwestern recently offered 2017 defensive lineman Ethan Wiederkehr, reports’s Louie Vaccher. The three-star Shoreham (NY) prospect also holds offers from Boston College, Wake Forest, Maryland and Syracuse.’s Mike McAllister writes that Syracuse has made an impression on Cass Technical (Mich.) quarterback Rodney Hall, and he will be looking to take a visit soon. Syracuse was Hall’s first offer, and he is teammates with Tim Walton, a 2016 SU signee.

That’s all for today. Have a great start to the week.

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