Recruiting Roundup: Syracuse commit Daewood Davis picks up Arkansas offer


Congratulations to the Syracuse women’s basketball team, which earned a No. 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament (highest in program history) and will host No. 13 Army on Friday at 2:30 p.m. at the Carrier Dome. On to today’s recruiting links…

Syracuse commit Daewood Davis from Chaminade-Madonna Prep (Fla.) tweeted on Monday afternoon that he had received an offer from Arkansas. Davis committed to the Orange in June, and also has offers from Illinois, West Virginia, Duke and Indiana, among others. The wide receiver is rated three stars by 247 Sports.

Clemson and South Carolina are two of the biggest suitors for Florida athlete Juwan Burgess, writes’s Phil Kornblut. “I talk to the coaches every once in awhile,” Burgess said of Clemson. Burgress’ offer list includes Auburn, Florida, Kentucky, Alabama and Syracuse.

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Daulton Hyatt, a 2017 quarterback from Attalla (Ala.) announced his commitment to Arkansas on Twitter. The three-star quarterback had picked up an offer from Syracuse in September, and also had offers from Wake Forest, West Virginia and Miami, among others.

Aapri Washington was named overall MVP of the Carolina Xposure Showcase, writes 247 Sports’ Steve Wiltfong. Washington, a 2017 defensive back, is rated three stars, and holds offers from Kentucky, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Boston College, Syracuse and TCU.

That’s all for today. Have a great Tuesday.

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