Recruiting Roundup: Syracuse offers David Ojabo, Antonio Barber, Alvin Mathis

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Syracuse quarterback Eric Dungey throws under pressure during Syracuse's game against Pitt.

What a finish in the Penn State/Ohio State game last night! On to today’s recruiting links…

Blairstown (NJ) defensive lineman David Ojabo tweeted that he received an offer from Syracuse. Rated three-stars by 247 Sports, he also pulled in offers from Virginia, Minnesota and Boston College this week.

Syracuse also extended an offer on Thursday to 2020 wide receiver Antonio Barber from Rock Hill (SC), he tweeted. Virginia Tech, Colorado and Texas Tech are among the schools pursuing him.

Alvin Mathis was busy on his Twitter feed on Thursday, reporting that he had picked up offers from Rutgers, Toledo, Central Florida and Syracuse. The 2020 linebacker from Pinellas Park (Fla.) also holds offers from Marshall and Iowa State.

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Philadelphia wide receiver James Cherry picked up an offer from Syracuse, he tweeted on Thursday evening. The class of 2018 prospect also tweeted earlier in the day that he had received an offer from Robert Morris.’s Stephen Bailey reports that 2018 linebacker Fitzroy Gardner will be on the SU campus for an official visit this weekend. His high school coach, Rick Ward, believes he is the “the best-kept secret in the nation.” He is rated three-stars by 247 Sports and holds offers from Maryland, which he will visit the weekend of Feb. 2, and from Colorado State, Marshall and Massachusetts, among others.

2019 Florida wide receiver Myles Wilson tweeted that he picked up an offer from Syracuse. Arkon and Pitt were the first two schools to offer him, and you can see more of his highlights on his HUDL page.

That’s all from the recruiting world for today. Have a great weekend!

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