Recruiting Roundup: Syracuse offers four from Cass Technical in Michigan

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Good luck to Tyus Battle, who is working out for the Hawks today! On to today’s recruiting links…

To start, Syracuse offered 2020 defensive back Tre’Vez Johnson, he tweeted on Saturday. The Jacksonville (Fla.) prospect holds a three-star rating from 247 Sports, and is considering offers from Boston College, North Carolina, Minnesota, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.

Syracuse was busy in Michigan on Sunday, offering four 2021 prospects from Cass Technical in Detroit. We start with offensive lineman Raheem Anderson, who tweeted that he had received an offer from Syracuse on Sunday afternoon. He has a rating of three stars, and has offers from Michigan, Iowa State and Kentucky, among others.

Two of his teammates, Kobe King and Kalen King (yes, they’re brothers), also picked up Syracuse offers. Kobe is a linebacker, and his brother, Kalen, is a defensive back. Both brothers hold rated three-star ratings by 247 Sports, and have opportunities to go to college together, as they have already been offered by schools that include Nebraska, Michigan, Pitt and Indiana, among others.

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The fourth from Cass Technical to pick up an offer was offensive lineman Terrence Enos Jr., he tweeted. LSU, West Virginia, Western Michigan and Michigan State have already offered the three-star prospect.

Staying in the state of Michigan, the Orange also extended an offer to linebacker Jamari Buddin, he tweeted. The 2021 Belleville (Mich.) prospect has an offer list that includes Minnesota, Rutgers, Kentucky and Kansas.

Moving into the class of 2022, Syracuse extended an offer to quarterback Tevin Carter from Memphis (Tenn.), he tweeted on Saturday. Carter already holds ofers from Auburn, Florida State, LSU, Michigan, South Carolina and Tennessee.

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

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