Recruiting Roundup: 2017 three-star offensive tackle Cody Bowes lists Syracuse in top 10

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Congratulations to the women’s basketball team for rising to No. 18 in the country! On to today’s recruiting links…

2017 three-star offensive tackle Cody Bowes released his top 10 on Twitter on Monday evening, and Syracuse has made the cut. Other schools on that list include Kentucky, Illinois, Iow State, Ohio State and Maryland. Bowes hails from St. Thomas Aquinas in Florida.

2017 quarterback Jairus Grissom from River Rouge (Mich.) tweeted that he will be visiting Syracuse this weekend. He already holds offers from NC State, Rutgers, Syracuse and Wake Forest.

2017 offensive lineman Josh Fedd-Jackson tweeted that he received an offer from the Orange. The St. Joseph’s (NJ) prospect also holds offers from Michigan, UNC, Pitt and Rutgers, among others.

» Related: Syracuse offers Mac Hippenhammer, Mason Cholewa, Weston Bridges’s Mike McAllister reports that Syracuse will be getting visits from three prospects from St. Vincent Pallotti (MD) this weekend. The trii includes linebacker James Patterson, running back Jaret Patterson, and wide receiver Cameron Sullivan-Brown.

Arlington (Va.) Bishop O’Connell quarterback DeJuan Ellis visited Syracuse this weekend, and came away impressed, he tells’s Michael Clark. “It was definitely a great experience and I really enjoyed Syracuse,” the 2018 prospect said. “It increased my interest in them and I’ll definitely go back for camp this summer.”

That’s all for today. See you tomorrow, everyone.

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