2024 Seton Hall (NJ) Prep linebacker Christopher Peralta was among a group of visitors for Syracuse’s 59-0 win over Wagner, and came away with a great impression of the Orange.
“The atmosphere was amazing,” Peralta said in an interview with The Juice Online. “Loved the energy of the crowd and the fans.”
Thanks for the invite. Appreciate it and I enjoyed my time at Syracuse today.@CoachAhmadCuse @CoachNJ_Monroe @CuseFootball @CoachBabersCuse pic.twitter.com/BDOT1ewB7A
— Christopher Peralta (@chris_peralta40) October 2, 2022
The Orange dominated the Seahawks, holding them to just 50 total yards, and added a pick-6 from defensive back Deuce Chestnut. On offense, Syracuse scored touchdowns of each of its first six drives as QB Garrett Shrader went a perfect 17 for 17 in passing.
That improved SU’s record to 5-0, the first time Syracuse has won all five games to start the season since 1987.
“Syracuse isn’t a team to play with,” Peralta said. “They are going to go hard every play.”
Peralta has played a large role in helping Seton Hall to a 4-1 start to the season, and aside from Syracuse, is also drawing interest from schools like Northwestern, Central Michigan, and Rutgers.
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He had a chance to meet with the coaching and recruiting staff, and learned about the tradition and history of Syracuse football.
The main pitch from SU’s staff to Peralta was that “they are here for the players.”
“They want (us) to experience the best Syracuse experience possible (and) seeing everything the University and the athletics has to offer.”
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