Recruiting Roundup: Syracuse working hardest for 2017 wing Jordan Tucker

Syracuse landed a commitment from Jordan Tucker

Let’s get right to our recruiting links from the weekend…’s very own, Adam Zagoria, writes that Syracuse is the school that is coming hardest for 2017 wing Jordan Tucker. “Syracuse [is] probably the working hardest,” he said. “I know they thought I wasn’t interested a while ago and then I told them that I’m really interested in Syracuse. It’s still high on my list so they jumped right back into my recruitment.”

2017 prospects Quade Green and Mohamed Bamba are planning trips to Kentucky, reports Andrew Slater of 247Sports. Kentucky has not offered Green yet, and Syracuse leads in his Crystal Ball.

Syracuse offered 2019 Florida defensive back Semar Melvin, he tweeted over the weekend. He also has offers from Kentucky and Florida Atlantic.

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Another 2019 Florida defensive back to pick up a Syracuse offer was Eddie Williams. He tweeted out his offer over the weekend, and his other football offer is from Mississippi State.

2017 New Jersey wide receiver Eddie Lewis tweeted out a Top Five over the weekend, and Syracuse made the cut. The other schools include Indiana, UNC, Rutgers and Boston College.

2018 outside linebacker Patrick Joyner picked up an offer from Syracuse over the weekend, he wrote on Twitter. It is his second offer, the first coming from Illinois.

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