Noah Jordan-Williams says new Syracuse staff made him ‘feel at home’

Noah Jordan-Williams
Noah Jordan-Williams
Noah Jordan-Williams also visited Rutgers recently

Three-star wide receiver Noah Jordan-Williams from Christian Brothers Academy (NY) was among a large group of recruits that visited Syracuse last weekend, and he came away impressed, he tells The Juice Online’s Judy Salamone.

“It was a good experience,” Jordan-Williams said. The coaching staff was very welcoming and made me feel at home.”

Certainly, home as to be a factor for the 2017 prospect, growing up in the shadow of Syracuse University. Jordan-Williams also has an interest in communications and broadcast journalism, something that SU also excels in.

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Currently, he holds offers from Syracuse and Buffalo. He also mentioned interest in Old Dominion and Rutgers. Jordan-Williams mentioned the latter as one of his top choices. He visited to the Scarlet Knights earlier in the month and came away impressed with Chris Ash’s coaching staff.

Jordan-Williams was originally offered by former Orange head coach Scott Shafer, but has continued to be recruited by Dino Babers’ new staff.

“It was great to meet all of the new coaches,” Jordan-Williams said. “They are really excited to get going.”

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