Recruiting Roundup: Syracuse to get visit from Florida LB Shanon Reid

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Well played, Sean McDonough. Well played… On today’s recruiting links…

2017 three-star linebacker Shanon Reid from Fort Myers (Fla.) tweeted on Monday that he will be taking a visit to Syracuse, among other schools. Reid also plans on visitings NC State, Mississippi State, Wake Forest, Rutgers and Maryland.’s very own, Adam Zagoria, writes that big man Nick Richards is being pursued by Kentucky, but he is leaving his options open. “I treat them all the same,” he said. “Each school has the opportunity to get me right now.” Syracuse, UConn, Kansas, Villanova, Rutgers, Seton Hall and Oklahoma are among the other schools pursuing the 2017 star.

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Long Island (NY) offensive lineman Ethan Wiederkehr announced his commitment to Northwestern on Monday evening via Twitter. Syracuse had been among the schools pursuing him, along with Harvard, Pittsburgh, Rutgers and Maryland.’s Corey Bender writes that teams are beginning to line up for 2018 offensive lineman Jason Swann. The 2018 Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) prospect holds offers from Mississippi State, Syracuse, NC State and Cincinnati among others.

USA Today High School Sports awarded the “Chef of the Week” award winner to 2017 point guard Trevon Duval for his play at the Pangos All-American Camp last week. The “Poster of the Week” award went to 2017 guard Hamidou Diallo from the same event. Both are being recruited by Syracuse.

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