Recruiting Roundup: Syracuse offers Bryce Watts, Dalton Wagner; Jack Coan visits

The offense gets a passing grade

Great read from’s Mike Waters on the 10th anniversary of Gerry McNamara’s magical Big East Tournament run. On to today’s recruiting links…

2017 priority quarterback target Jack Coan visited Syracuse on Monday, reports’s Scott Brown. The Long Island (NY) product is rated four-stars, and his impressive offer list includes Boston College, Michigan, Nebraska, West Virginia and Wisconsin.’s Corey Bender writes that Weston (Fla.) Cypress Bay defensive end Jacob Lichtenstein is seeing his recruitment explode. The 2017 prospect recently received offers from South Carolina, West Virginia, Rutgers, Syracuse and Kentucky.

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Toms River (NJ) athlete Bryce Watts tweeted that he received an offer from the Orange on Tuesday. According to 247 Sports, he also holds offers from Rutgers, and is drawing interest from Iowa and Missouri, among others.

2017 three-star offensive lineman Dalton Wagner tweeted out an offer from Syrcause. Among other schools pursuing him include Indiana, Iowa and Illinois according to Scout.

College Station (TX) defensive back Timarcus Davis tweeted out his offer from Syracuse. According to Rivals, other schools after the 2017 star include Kansas, Purdue and Iowa State.

Peyton Hendershot, a 2017 tight end from Lizton (Ind.) has an offer from Syracuse, according to Twitter. 247 Sports says that his other offers include Ball State, Bowling Green and Miami (OH).

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