I wanted to start today by sending my best to Pearl Washington, whose condition took a turn for the worse recently. Keep him in your thoughts and prayers. On that melancholy note, we move to today’s recruiting links…
Scout.com’s Brian Dohn caught up with Tottenville (NY) wide receiver Tim Barrow. Barrow said that Rutgers is the leader for his services right now, but he is also considering Boston College and Syracuse.
2017 Florida defensive back Aaron Duncan recently picked up offers from Syracuse and NC State, writes Scout.com’s Corey Bender. He’s also hearing a lot from Kentucky, Notre Dame, UCF and Miami.
Syracuse extended an offer to Keirston Johnson, a 2017 wide receiver from Jacksonville (Fla.), he posted on Twitter. Johnson also holds offers from USF, Miami (OH), MTSU and Southern Miss.
Michigan running back Davion Johnson tweeted that he received an offer from Syracuse. Rated three stars by Scout, he also holds offers from Iowa State, Ball State and Toledo.
Syracuse lost out on quarterback Kasim Hill over the weekend, as he announced his commitment to Maryland via Twitter. Hill has a four-star rating from Rivals, and also held offers from Boston College, Michigan, Nebraska and Penn State, among others.
Have a great start to your week, everyone.
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