Recruiting Roundup: Syracuse among four schools working hardest for Naz Reid

Tough break for the women’s lacrosse team, as they lost to Maryland in the Final Four over the weekend. Get them next year, ladies. On to today’s recruiting links…

SNY.tv’s very own, Adam Zagoria, writes that 2018 big man Naz Reid is hearing from four schools the most. The list includes Kentucky, Syracuse, St. John’s, and North Carolina.

2017 five-star guard Trevon Duval also tells Zagoria that five schools are recruiting him the hardest. That list includes Maryland, Arizona, Kansas, Baylor, and North Carolina. Syracuse has previously offered Duval.

Bloomfield (Conn.) linebacker Dillon Harris tweeted over the weekend that he had received an offer from Syracuse. The 2017 prospect has offers from Maryland, Boston College and Rutgers, as well.

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Staying in the Midwest, Indionapolis (Ind.) defensive lineman Esezi Otomewo tweeted that he had received an offer from Syracuse on Monday. The 2017 prospect holds offers from Ball State, Bowling Green and Iowa State, as well.

A fellow Indianapolis native, 2018 defensive back Julius Brents, tweeted on Friday he had received an offer from the Orange. Brents says that it is his second offer, with Indiana being the other school.

On Friday, Sebastian (Fla.) linebacker Jamal Riggins said on Twitter that he had received a Syracuse offer. Rated three stars on 247 Sports, he committed to Wake Forest in February.  His offer list includes Auburn, Clemson, North Carolina and USC.

Scout.com’s Brian Dohn features 2018 running back Onasis Neely from Enola (Pa.). Although it’s early in his recruiting process, Neely says that Syracuse and Rutgers are already showing interest. He is from the same high school as current Syracuse quarterback Austin Wilson.

Have a great start to your week, everyone.

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Wes Cheng

About Wes Cheng

Wes has worked for Rivals.com covering the New York Knicks, as well as for Scout.com covering Syracuse athletics. Wes has also worked for the South China Morning Post (Hong Kong) and reported on the NBA and MLB for the New York Sportscene. A native of Long Island, New York, Wes graduated from Syracuse University in 2005. Follow him on Twitter @ChengWes.
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