Recruiting Roundup: Syracuse becomes second school to offer Tyrone Sampson Jr.

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When is the last time you saw Jim Boeheim and presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders at the same place at the same time? Hmm… On to today’s recruiting links.

2018 Michigan offensive lineman Tyrone Sampson Jr. tweeted that he had received his second offer from Syracuse. His other offer is from Akron. According to The D Zone, Sampson also visited Temple and Rutgers this week.

Syracuse also offered another Michigan prospect, 2018 offensive lineman Darrell Williams, he said on Twitter. He also holds offers from Northern Arizona and Eastern Michigan.

» Related: Syracuse offers 2017 LB Quint Hussell

Zhamaine March, who picked up his first college offer from Syracuse earlier in the month, received an offer from Iowa State, The D Zone also reports. The 2018 Michigan prospect is being looked at both as a corner back and also as a running back.

Scout.com’s Brian Dohn writes that New Jersey defensive end Mike Tverdov has a busy schedule upcoming, with visits to BC, UNC, Duke, Rutgers and Virginia Tech. He previously visited Syracuse earlier in March. The 2017 prospect is rated three stars by Scout.

In closing, check out this interesting read about former SU star Quinn Ojinnaka’s rise in the world of professional wrestling. That’s all for today. See you tomorrow!

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