Recruiting Roundup: 2017 four-star OL Marcus Minor planning to visit Syracuse

Hunt is poised for a big year

ESPN’s Joe Lundardi wasn’t happy with the NCAA Selection Committee, including their choice of Syracuse. On to today’s recruiting links…

Today’s U Sports’ Eric Rutter writes that 2017 Maryland offensive lineman Marcus Minor, a four star prospect, is beginning to plan his visits. Minor says that he will visit Syracuse, Boston College, Miami and Rutgers “by spring break.”’s Mike McAllister caught up with top 300 recruit Jonathan Sutherland on his visit to Syracuse on Friday.  “It was amazing,” he said of Syracuse’s new indoor practice facility. The 2017 defensive back prospect from Virginia is rated four stars by Scout and holds offers from Miami, Michigan, UNC and Louisville, among others.

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Another prospect who was visiting the Orange to chat with McAllister was 2017 offensive lineman Christopher Fournier, who is high school teammates with Sutherland. The 2017 offensive lineman doesn’t have any offers yet, but is drawing interest from BC, Maryland and Virginia.

Two 2017 prospects with Syracuse offers took visits to Wisconsin this weekend: Quarterback Jack Coan and wide receiver Cody White. Coan, who holds offers from Boston College, Michigan, Nebraska and West Virginia, visited the Orange last weekend. As for White, the Walled Lake Western (Mich.) prospect also holds offers from Indiana and Boston College among others.

Wilkes Barre (Pa.) offensive lineman Ryan Solt tweeted on his visit to West Virginia over the weekend. The 2017 three-star prospect also holds offers from Rutgers, Syracuse, Maryland and Army, among others.

That’s all for today. Have a great start to your week!

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