Recruiting Roundup: Tyran Hunt, Isaiah Miller to visit Syracuse; Brailyn Franklin to Penn State

Marcus: We need more of this

A Japanese gymnast racked up a $5,000 phone bill playing ‘Pokemon Go’ in Brazil. On to today’s recruiting links…’s Stephen Bailey writes that Virginia offensive lineman Tyran Hunt and Florida running back Isaiah Miller are planning official visits to Syracuse. Hunt is considering offers from Maryland, Virginia Tech, Virginia, North Carolina State, North Carolina and Wake Forest. Meanwhile, Miller is currently committed to Oregon State.

2018 four-star recruit Jeenathan Williams will attend Syracuse’s elite camp later in August, reports’s Ben Sigel. He currently holds offers from Georgia Tech and St. Louis.

» Related: Syracuse lands commitment from 2017 DT Curtis Harper

2017 Virginia wide receiver Brailyn Franklin announced his commitment to Penn State on Tuesday via Twitter. His other finalists included Maryland, Virginia Tech, Syracuse and Temple.

Illinois offensive lineman Kendrick Green holds offers from schools such as Minnesota, Toledo, Central Florida, Western Michigan and Wyoming. Syracuse extended an offer in June, and sent out an official offer letter to Green, he tweeted. The 2017 recruit has a ranking of three stars from 247 Sports.

Check out the official EYBL Mixtape for 2017 wing Jordan Tucker from He holds offers from Syracuse, UCONN, Indiana, Kansas, ST. John’s and Arizona, among others. He is currently rated a four-star recruit by 247 Sports.

Have a great Wednesday, everyone! See you tomorrow.

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