Missouri transfer punter Jack Stonehouse signs with Syracuse

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

In a late signing day addition, Syracuse added Missouri transfer punter Jack Stonehouse.

The redshirt freshman punted in 10 games last season with Missouri, averaging 42.6 yards on 46 points. He also recorded nine punts of 50+ yards. Stonehouse has three years of eligibility remaining.

He becomes the third scholarship punter on Syracuse’s current roster, joining incumbent starter Max Von Marburg and James Williams.

Stonehouse was the third player who committed on signing day with Syracuse, joining 2023 Minnesota offensive lineman Trevion Mack and 2023 linebacker Josiah Jeffery signed with the Orange.

The Camarillo (CA) native had offers from Washington State, Arizona and Nevada in the 2021 cycle.

Stonehouse comes from a long line of punters, including his father, John (USC), his uncle, Paul (Stanford) and his brother, Ryan (Colorado State and currently with the NFL’s Tennessee Titans).

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