Recruiting Roundup: Cole Swider to visit Syracuse, Anthony Queeley commits

Gerry McNamara stayed at SU for four years

Hope you all had a great Father’s Day as we move to today’s recruiting links…

Syracuse will receive a visit from 2018 wing Cole Swider, he tweeted on Sunday. He will visit Syracuse from June 18 – 20, and also has visits to Duke, Xavier and Villanova planned. The St. Andrew’s (Providence) product is rated 85 by ESPN.

Syracuse received a commitment from Lake Nona (Fla.) wide receiver Anthony Queeley on Sunday, his school tweeted. Queeley committed shortly after attending Syracuse camp, and is rated three stars by Scout. Duke, Minnesota and Rutgers were among the other schools pursuing him.

2018 quarterback Will Levis tweeted on Sunday he received an offer from Syracuse. Rated three-stars by 247 Sports, he also holds offers from Florida State, Iowa, North Carolina and Ole’ Miss, among others.

» Related: Projecting playing time for the 2017-18 Syracuse basketball season’s Mike McAllister reported on Friday that 2019 4-star big man Isaiah Stewart is being strongly pursued by Syracuse. Head coach Jim Boeheim and assistant coach Gerry McNamara were both in contact recently. The McQuaid Jesuit (NY) prospect also holds offers from Xavier, Georgetown and Maryland.

2020 Connecticut defensive lineman Tre Williams picked up an offer from Syracuse, he said on Twitter on Sunday. Only a freshman, he also holds an offer from Rutgers.

Mekhail Sherman, another 2020 prospect, also picked up an offer from the Orange, he tweeted over the weekend. Maryland, North Carolina and Penn State have already offered him. He is a defensive end from the Washington, DC area.

That’s all for today. Have a great start to the week!

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