Syracuse Recruiting Roundup: Robert Wright, Judah Mintz

Nov 30, 2021; Syracuse, New York, USA; Syracuse Orange head coach Jim Boeheim reacts to a call against the Indiana Hoosiers during double overtime at the Carrier Dome. Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Plenty of news from the Syracuse basketball and football recruiting world on this mid-March Monday.

Syracuse offered 2024 point guard Robert Wright on Friday, he tweeted. The 6-0, 165 pound Neumann (PA) Goretti prospect hails from the same school as former Orange point guard Scoop Jardine. His offer list includes Miami, Seton Hall and Wake Forest.

Another point guard Syracuse has been pursuing is 2022 four-star Judah Mintz. The former Pittsburgh commit is ranked 53rd in his class and is down to finalists DePaul, Wake Forest, NC State and Syracuse. Last week, two 247 analysts put in crystal ball predictions for DePaul, and Pro Insight’s Andrew Slater also tweeted that the Chicago school is currently in the lead.

Moving over to football, Syracuse continues to mine the transfer portal to bolster its 2022 roster. UCF defensive tackle Cam Goode tweeted on Tuesday that he’s taking a visit to Central New York on Mar. 25. In 2021, Goode appeared in 13 games and notched 24 tackles, three sacks and four forced fumbles. He was a three star recruit in the 2018 recruiting cycle, and committed to Va. Tech before transferring to the Knights.

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The Orange offered 2024 Little Rock (AR) Christian Academy quarterback Walker White on Wednesday, he tweeted. Ole Miss, Central Arkansas, Tulsa and Virginia have also extended offers. Rivals rates him as a four-star prospect.

Syracuse offered 2023 defensive lineman Malik Tullis in February. The Creekside (GA) High prospect is rated three stars by Rivals and holds offer from Charlotte, Georgia Tech, Memphis and Liberty, among others. On Sunday, Tullis came off the board, as he announced his commitment to Eastern Michigan.

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