Recruiting Roundup: Syracuse offers NJ prospects Jordan Morant, Aeneas DiCosmo, Josh McKenzie

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Three-star New Jersey defensive lineman Aeneas DiCosmo tweeted on Tuesday that he had received an offer from Syracuse. He has offers from Boston College, Maryland, Minnesota and Duke, among others.

Staying in the class of 2019, Syracuse also extended an offer to four-star running back Josh McKenzie out of Bergen Catholic (NJ), he tweeted on Tuesday. Rutgers, Maryland and Boston College are among the other schools to have extended offers.

2020 wide receiver Donnovan Moorer tweeted that he picked up his 18th offer from Syracuse on Tuesday. He committed to Oregon back in November, but also has offers from Florida State, Minnesota, UCLA and TCU.

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2020 New Jersey defensive back Jordan Morant picked up his sixth offer from Syracuse on Tuesday, he tweeted. He holds mostly ACC offers, including UNC, Boston College and pitt, and also holds a Big 10 offer from Rutgers.

Four star linebacker Jaleel McRae had initially committed to Florida, but decommitted back in November and has been racking up high-major offers since then. The Florida product is ranked 94th nationally by 247 Sports, and tweeted on Tuesday that he picked up an offer from Syracuse. Among the other schools after his services include Georgia, LSU and North Carolina.

That’s all from the recruiting world today.

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