Recruiting Roundup: Syracuse offers Ja’Vontae Williams, Stephen Sings, Kenzel Lawler

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Antwan Cordy (8) rushes downfield during the first half of Syracuse's game against Wagner. Mandatory Photo Credit: Kicia Sears, The Juice Online.

Tough loss to Northwestern for the women’s lacrosse team. On to today’s recruiting links…

Glades Central (Fla.) wide receiver Ja’Vontae Williams tweeted on Saturday that he had received an offer from Syracuse. The 2020 prospect has offers from USF, Oregon and UNLV, among others. SU assistant coach Nick Monroe is his primary recruiter.

Three-star defensive end Stephen Sings from North Carolina tweeted late Friday he received an offer from the Orange. Mizzou, Oregon and Virginia Tech are some of the schools to have offered the 2020 prospect before Syracuse.

2020 QB/DB athlete Kenzel Lawler from Corona (CA) has an offer from Syracuse, he tweeted on Saturday morning. California, Hawaii and Boston College are among his offer schools so far. He holds a three-star rating from 247 Sports.

Salem (Mass.) four-star linebacker Sam Ofurie tweeted on Saturday evening that he received an offer from SU. Massachusetts, Michigan and Boston College have already offered the 2021 star. His primary recruiter is Brian Ward and he is considered the top recruit in his state.

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Staying in the class of 2021, St. Thomas Aquinas (Fla.) running back Tyson Williams tweeted he received a Syracuse offer on Saturday. The same day, he also tweeted out a Kansas offer.

Another Florida prospect from the same class, defensive back Ja’Den McBurrows, also received an offer from the Orange, he tweeted. Missouri, Kansas, Tennessee and Pitt are among the other schools to have offered. He doesn’t have a rating yet from 247 Sports.

2021 Ashburn (Va.) wide receiver Tai Felton tweeted out a Syracuse offer on Friday morning. Assistant coach Reno Ferri is his primary recruiter, and he already holds an impressive offer list from Virginia Tech, Virginia, Duke, Wake Forest and Nebraska.

One basketball note: Spectrum Sports in Albany did a recent feature on 2020 Syracuse priority recruit Andre Jackson. He talks about his rise to basketball prominence and his recruiting interests. Syracuse, Stanford, Georgetown, UConn, and Iowa are among the schools after his services.

That’s all for today from the Syracuse recruiting world. Have a great start to your week!

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