Recruiting Roundup: Syracuse offers Emil Skiyor, Mike Tverdov, Grahm Roberts

We start today with congratulations to Michael Gbinije and Malachi Richardson, who were both named to All-ACC Teams. On to today’s recruiting links…

Cathedral (Ind.) offensive lineman Emil Skiyor Jr. tweeted that he received an offer from Syracuse. The 2018 prospect already has lined up 21 offers according to 247 Sports, including Michigan, Michigan State, Oklahoma and Tennessee.

2017 defensive end Mike Tverdov visited Syracuse over the weekend, and tweeted that he received his eighth offer from the Orange. The Union (NJ) prospect also has offers from Duke, Boston College and Rutgers, according to Rivals.

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2018 Delaware prospect Grahm Roberts tweeted that he received his third offer from the Orange. Nebraska and North Carolina are the other two schools involved in the running back’s recruitment.

2018 five-star recruit Cameron Reddish was on hand to watch Villanova play Georgetown over the weekend, as tweeted by the head coach of the AAU Team Final. He currently holds offers from Nova, Seton Hall, Penn State, Connecticut and Auburn. Syracuse has shown interest, as well.

Another five-star prospect, Kevin Knox, was on hand to watch UNC defeat Duke over the weekend, writes’s Evan Daniels. He is considered the No. 6 overall recruit in the 2017 class, and holds an offer from Syracuse.

Congratulations to the Syracuse women’s basketball team on a great run to the ACC Championship game. They didn’t win it, but it’s still been a historic season for them as they get set for the NCAA Tournament. Have a great start to your week, everyone.

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