Recruiting Roundup: Canadian OL Patrick Davis to Syracuse

Syracuse had no problems with Colgate on Friday evening

Congratulations to Alyssa Manley and Team USA for winning their Olympics opener against Argentina! On to today’s recruiting links…’s Mike McAllister reported over the weekend that Syracuse landed Patrick Davis, a Canadian offensive lineman. The 2017 product is 6’5″, 290 and had offers from Buffalo and North Dakota State.

Syracuse offered Stockbridge (Ga.) running back Jalen Holston on Friday, and he is looking to take a visit to Syracuse, writes’s Stephen Bailey. Among the schools to offer the 2017 prospect include UNC, South Carolina and West Virginia.

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McAllister also reports that the Orange will be getting a visit from three-star defensive end Jordan Wright. He will be taking an official on September 17, and also holds offers from Alabama, Mississippi State, Michigan and Miami, among many others.

Syracuse is the first school to offer 2018 Stephenson (Ga.) athlete Jacquavius Lane, he tweeted. He plays both wide receiver and defensive back.

247 Sports’ Ryan Bartow reports that offensive tackle Jordan McFadden picked up at offer from the Orange. The 2018 star also picked up an offer from Mississippi State.

That’s all for today. Have a great start to your week, everyone!

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