Recruiting Roundup: Decision day for Hugh Davis, Syracuse re-offers Jo-El Shaw

Here’s wishing a speedy recovery for former Syracuse star Brisly Estime. On to today’s recruiting links…

It’s decision day for Hugh Davis, a 2018 linebacker out of Cathedral (Ind.), who will be deciding between Boston College, Cincinnati and Syracuse. He is rated three stars by 247 Sports, who has him leaning with the Eagles in their crystal ball.

The Orange also reached back in time to re-offer bruising running back Jo-El Shaw. Shaw had originally committed to SU as part of Dino Babers’ first class, but didn’t qualify academically. He tweeted on Thursday that the Orange was still interested.

Meanwhile, Syracuse also looked down the road to the 2020 class, extending an offer to class of 2020 running back Teriyon Cooper. He reported the offer via Twitter, and the St. Louis product also holds an early offer from Illinois.

» Related: 2018 running back Jawhar Jordan commits to Syracuse

Cooper’s teammate, running back Reggie Love, also in the class of 2020, tweeted that Syracuse had offered him. He already holds offers from Bowling Green, Illinois Iowa State and TCU.

Defensive lineman Luke Smith from Friendship Christian (Tenn.) tweeted that he received an offer from Syracuse on Thursday. The class of 2019 recruit also holds an offer from Youngstown State.

Tyler Rudolph, who recently classified to the class of 2019, has picked up his first offer from Syracuse. The Waterbury (Conn.) wide receiver reported the offer on Twitter.

That’s all for today. Have a great Memorial Day weekend, everyone!

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