Recruiting Roundup: 2017 guard Brandon Randolph to visit Syracuse


Congratulations to Amba Etta-Tawo for earning ACC Receiver of the Week honors after hauling in 12 passes for 210 yards against Colgate. On to today’s recruiting links…

MadeHoops’ Pat Lawless reports that 2017 shooting guard Brandon Randolph is taking an official visit to Syracuse this weekend. He is rated four stars by 247 Sports and holds offers from North Carolina, Louisville, Wake Forest and Kansas, among others.’s very own, Adam Zagoria, reports that the St. John’s coaching staff will be on hand this Friday at Roselle Catholic for 2018 big man Naz Reid when college coaches are allowed to attend workouts. Reid holds offers from a variety of high-majors, including Kansas, Syracuse, UConn and St. John’s.

» Related: Syracuse offers 2018 shooting guard Robby Carmody

2017 linebacker Zane Zandier from Clairton (PA.) holds offers from such schools as West Virginia, Boston College and Syracuse.’s Brian Dohn reports that will be visiting West Virginia and Penn State, and has already visited Syracuse.

2018 defensive back Jarrett Paul from Middle Village (NY) tells’s Scott Brown that he will be taking a visit to Syracuse on Sept. 17. He is rated three stars by Rivals and is being recruited by Boston College, Clemson, Maryland, Northwestern and Wisconsin, among others.

River Rouge (Mich.) quarterback Jairus Grissom is on MLive’s Football Player of the Year watch list. He has offers from Rutgers, Syracuse, Purdue, Central Michigan, Western Michigan and Eastern Michigan.

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