Syracuse football picks up commitment from 2016 DE Jamal Holloway — Cuse Clicks

Camden (N.J.) class of 2016 defensive end Jamal Holloway has committed to the Syracuse Orange football program. The 6-3, 215-pounder held upwards of 15 offers from Pitt, Arizona State, Michigan State, North Carolina, Rutgers, West Virginia, Virginia and others, but felt most comfortable at Syracuse in the end.

» Camden defensive end Jamal Holloway commits to Syracuse

Calvert Hall (Towson, Md.) linebacker Tyshon Fogg, a four-star recruit, will visit Rutgers Wednesday. A 6-2, 215-pounder, Fogg also holds offers from Maryland, Stanford, Clemson, Michigan State, Syracuse and others, with Maryland perceived to hold an early lead.

» Maryland 4-star linebacker Tyshon Fogg to visit Rutgers Wednesday

Melo Eggleston was named to Team Armoni for the Big Strick Regional Game, set for Aug. 8 at the Gauchos Gym. The doors will open at 4:15 p.m. The event starts at 5 with a 3-point Contest and a Dunk Contest, and then the Regional Game at about 6 p.m., with the National Game at about 8 p.m.

» Big Strick Classic Regional Game Rosters Announced

A tweet from Jordan Tucker’s Twitter account announced Sunday that he has committed to enroll at Syracuse University in 2017 to continue his basketball career. Given that the 6-foot-7 Archbishop Stepinac wing is highly coveted — Arizona, Indiana, Maryland, St. John’s, UConn and Virginia are but a few of the two dozen other programs that have offered — that was pretty big news. It was also totally false; Tucker is still sorting through offers, the latest of which came from Kansas over the weekend.

» You can’t believe everything you read on Twitter

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