Recruiting Roundup: 2017 OL Joshua Fedd-Jackson ‘really enjoyed’ visit to Syracuse

Syracuse narrowly defeated Villanova

Best of luck to Chinonso Obokoh, who will be transferring from Syracuse. On to today’s recruiting links…

Former Orange commit Moustapha Diagne continues to be in touch with Syracuse, reports’s very own, Adam Zagoria. TCU and Cincinnati are the other two schools that have been in touch with the JUCO star.

Zagoria also reports that Syracuse is still pursuing 2017 wing Jordan Tucker. St. John’s and Indiana were two other schools mentioned.

2017 wide receiver Quantino Allen from Glades Central (Fla.) has received an offer from Syracuse, he tweeted on Wednesday. He also holds offers from West Virginia, Purdue and Middle Tennessee State, among others.

2017 defensive back Tresean Smith from Ohio tweeted that he received offers from Syracuse and Arkansas State on Wednesday. Iowa State, Louisville and Toledo are among other schools recruiting him.

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Texas wide receiver JC Angulo Santana tweeted on Wednesday that he had received an offer from the Orange. The 2017 athlete also holds offers from Illinois and Hawaii.

New Jersey offensive lineman Joshua Fedd-Jackson tweeted on Wednesday that he “really enjoyed” his visit to Syracuse. The 2017 prospect also holds offers from Boston College, UNC and Michigan, among others.

2018 Sciotoville (OH) offensive lineman Blaine Scott tweeted on Wednesday that he had received an offer from the Orange. Other schools involved in his recruitment include Duke, Iowa State, Cincinnati and Ohio.

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