Recruiting Roundup: Eric Coley, Allen Stritzinger, Cameron Jordan, Dakota Davis to Syracuse

Syracuse's defense tightened up in the second half against Wake Forest

Be sure to save the date for Syracuse football’s “Lift for Life” event on Wednesday, July 20. On to today’s recruiting links…

2017 athlete Eric Coley from Manlius (NY) announced his commitment to Syracuse over the weekend via Twitter. Rated three stars by 247 Sports, he also held offers from Rutgers, Central Michigan, Utah State and Toledo, among others. He is the son of Syracuse football assistant Vince Reynolds.

It was a productive weekend in New York for the Orange, as it also landed a commitment from Long Island (NY) receiver Cameron Jordan.’s Mike McAllister was the first to report the news. His other offers incldued Boston College, UCONN, Temple and Buffalo.

As the weekend came to a close, Syracuse landed another commitment from Allen Stritzinger, he posted on Twitter. The Michigan athlete is rated three stars by, and picked the Orange over offers from Michigan, Cincinnati, Toledo and Western Michigan, among others.

» Related: 2017 Florida WR Joshua Palmer commits to Syracuse

Syracuse also landed a commitment from 2017 offensive lineman Dakota Davis on Friday, he tweeted. The Glenelg (Md.) picked the Orange over offers from UCONN, Ohio, Florida Atlantic, Monmouth and Lehigh.

Oxon Hill (Md.) Potomac running back Tayon Fleet-Davis is down to four schools, he tells’s Michael Clark. The four schools are Indiana, Iowa, Maryland and Syracuse. He is rated three stars by Scout.

2017 wide receiver Ifeatu Melifonwu tweeted on Friday that he received an offer from Syracuse. Other offers include Boston College and UCONN for the Massachusetts product.

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