Recruiting Roundup: Tyler Dunning lists Syracuse in final five

Where is SU football headed?

Looks like former Syracuse star Chris McCullough is starting to regain his athleticism, at least, according to this video. On to today’s recruiting links…

Anthony White Jr., a 2017 wide receiver from Florida, tweeted out a list of six schools on Thursday evening. The schools include Illinois, Syracuse, LSU, UMass, NC State and Navy. He has a three star rating from 247 Sports.

Florida linebacker Tyler Dunning tweeted on Thursday that he narrowed his list of schools down to five choices. The schools, in no particular order, are Syracuse, Kentucky, Tennessee, LSU and Arkansas. The 2017 prospect has a four-star rating from 247 Sports.

2018 wide receiver Shaquon Anderson-Butts on wrote on Twitter that he is planning on taking a visit to Syracuse “really soon.” The Orange extended an offer to Anderson-Butts back in February. Penn State and Rutgers are among the other schools to have offered.

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Syracuse lost out on two quarterback prospects on Thursday. The first was Long Island (NY) product Jack Coan, who announced his commitment to Wisconsin on Twitter. He had previously visited Syracuse, and also held offers from Nebraska, Boston College and Rutgers, among others.

The other was signal caller Hendon Hooker, who announced on Twitter he will be heading to Virginia Tech. The three-star prospect, a North Carolina native, had been one of the QBs that Scott Shafer’s staff had been pursuing.

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