Notre Dame transfer Jayden Bellamy commits to Syracuse

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Head Coach Dino Babers. Courtesy: Yankees Media Relations (New York Yankees)

Syracuse received its fourth portal commitment on Friday afternoon, adding Notre Dame defensive back transfer Jayden Bellamy.

Bellamy took an official visit to Syracuse over the weekend, and joins offensive lineman Joe More (Richmond), defensive lineman Braylen Ingraham (Alabama) and defensive back Jaeden Gould (Nebraska) as incoming transfers.

Bellamy was a three-star recruit in the 2022 cycle, and held offers from a variety of high-majors, including Penn State, Clemson, LSU, Michigan, Ohio State, Tennessee and Oklahoma. He has four years of eligibility remaining.

The Bergen (NJ) Catholic star will team up with his former high school teammate, Gould, at SU.

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Syracuse lost two defensive backs this week to the portal, with Duce Chestnut and Ja’Had Carter announcing their intention to leave Syracuse. Cornerback Garrett Williams also declared for the NFL Draft, and is considered as high as a second-round pick.

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