Alabama DL transfer Braylen Ingraham commits to Syracuse

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Jul 17, 2019; Charlotte, NC, USA; Syracuse Orange head football coach Dino Babers speaks to members of the media during ACC Kickoff the Westin Charlotte. Mandatory Credit: Brad Bierman, The Juice Online.

Syracuse bolstered its defensive line on Monday afternoon, adding a commitment from Alabama transfer Braylen Ingraham.

Ingraham was on campus for Syracuse’s game against Florida State in November.

He was on Alabama’s roster in 2021, but didn’t see action, and was medically disqualified from Alabama and wasn’t on the roster in 2022. He graduated in the fall and entered the portal, and ultimately settled on Syracuse.

He has two years of college eligibility remaining.

Ingraham, a former four-star prospect from St. Thomas Aquinas in Florida, appeared in four total games for the Crimson Tide from 2019-2020.

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Out of high school, Ingraham had offers from a wide swath of high-majors, including Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, Michigan, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.

Ingraham is SU’s third commitment since the weekend. The Orange also added a pair of offensive linemen in 2023 Vincent Carroll-Jackson and Richmond graduate transfer Joe More commit.

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