Recruiting Roundup: 2017 TE Aaron Hackett down to Syracuse, USF

Good luck to former Syracuse offensive lineman Sean Hickey, who just signed with Minnesota! On to today’s recruiting links…

2017 tight end Aaron Hackett from Venice (Fla.) tweeted on Thursday that he is on his way to Syracuse for a visit. He is down to the Orange and USF, reports Bailey.

2018 Middle Village (NY) defensive back Jarrett Paul took a visit to Syracuse on Thursday, and tweeted that he “loved” his visit. He is drawing interest from Penn State, Indiana and Maryland, among others.

Syracuse.com’s Stephen Bailey caught up with 2017 quarterback commit Tommy DeVito, and he sounded off on his friend, 2017 wide receiver Eddie Lewis. “I was told that it was between him and Russell Thompson-Bishop […] He probably was not going to commit because he doesn’t want to be second to anybody.”

» Related: Syracuse lands commitment from 2017 LB Nadarius Fagan

SNY.tv’s very own, Adam Zagoria, reports that 2018 Stepinac (NY) star Aundre Hyatt will transfer to Charlottesville (VA) Miller School and reclassify to the class of 2019. Syracuse, St. John’s, Maryland, Indiana, Miami, Florida State, Xavier, Boston College, Virgina, Cal, Stanford and Iona are among the schools that have been in touch with him.

He will be joined by 2017 Syracuse commit Allen Stritzinger, reports Scout.com’s Mike McAllister. The Michigan running back pledged to the Orange in June.

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