Syracuse Recruiting Roundup: Caleb Brewer, Quentin Williams

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Syracuse coach Dino Babers waits in the tunnel of the Carrier Dome. Mandatory Photo Credit: Kicia Sears, The Juice Online.

Plenty of news from the Syracuse recruiting world as we head into Thanksgiving week. Gobble, gobble!

As you first heard from The Juice Online, the Orange received its first commitment in the 2024 cycle from ATH Syair Torrence from Syracuse (NY) Christian Brothers Academy. Torrence is the earliest commit in any cycle SU has had in over 10 years. He selected Syracuse over an offer from Buffalo.

Syracuse extended an offer to 2024 Wyomissing (PA) High offensive lineman Caleb Brewer. He already holds offers from Boston College, Duke, Maryland, Houston and Illinois, among others.

» Related: Updates on Syracuse recruits Juan Minaya, Demari Clemons, Maurice Williams, Jr.

The Orange offered Quentin Williams, a JUCO defensive lineman from Hutchinson (KS) CC. The North Carolina native originally played for Miami but entered the transfer portal following the 2021 season. Other schools to have offered Williams include FAU and Marshall.

Over on the basketball side, 2024 Cardinal Hayes (NY) shooting guard Elijah Moore is among the most sought after players his class. He recently told Rivals that he’s focused on five schools, including Syracuse, Notre Dame, Miami, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. He’s currently rated four stars on Rivals, and is the 68th ranked prospect in his class.

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