2024 wide receiver Syair Torrence commits to Syracuse

Class of 2024 Syracuse (N.Y.) Christian Brothers Academy wide receiver Syair Torrence (10) rushes up field. Mandatory Photo Credit: Judy Salamone.

Syair Torrence, a 2024 wide receiver from Syracuse (NY) Christian Brothers Academy, committed to Syracuse in a Twitter announcement on Wednesday afternoon.

Torrence, the brother of Syracuse guard Symir Torrence, received an offer on March 3. Both the commitment and the offer were first reported by The Juice Online.

Torrence’s commitment is SU’s first in the 2024 class, and he chose the Orange over an offer from Buffalo. Syracuse initially offered Torrence as an athlete, which means they’ll also evaluate him as a defensive back.

“Syair is a very humble young man,” CBA head football coach Casey Brown previously told The Juice Online. “The sky’s the limit for this kid.”

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CBA played in the Section III Class AA championship over the weekend, losing to Cicero-North Syracuse, 34-20. Torrence shined in the game, hauling in a 63 yard pass for a touchdown to tie it at 13.

Currently, Syracuse only has one wide receiver pledge in its 2023 class, three-star Kansas WR Bryce Cohoon.

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