As Syracuse still hopes to get its first 2015 recruit, it continues to offer 4-star recruits to develop a quality program.
Bronx, NY defensive recruit Qaadir Sheppard would be a nice way to break in the Class of 2015.
Syracuse joins the recruiting battle for the talented OL who is also fielding offers from Miami & Ohio State.
A few standouts from Scott Shafer’s first recruiting class could see immediate playing time this season.
The Orange were the first to offer Clark, but he chose another ACC school.
A slew of wide receiving recruits should help the Orange offense for the next four years.
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Syracuse lands another commit!
Kayton Samuels came to the board late for Syracuse, but could be a great defensive addition for 2014.
A thrilling sports weekend was supplemented by four football recruits going Orange.
Syracuse battles some disappointing recruiting news and continues to recruit heavily for the defensive line.
A late offer to DT Jalen Harvey could swing him in the Orange’s direction.
Smaller but quicker athlete recruit Antwan Cordy could help the Orange offense and defense next year.
The ability to hit hte field immediately gives Syracuse a chance in nabbing 2-star defensive back Trumaine Washington.
Treevon Prater’s visit Up on the Hill turns into a commitment for Syracuse football.
The Fizz Five examines the top reasons for a recruit to play for the Orange.
Running back recruit Mikale Wilbon’s de-commit from Vanderbilt could work in Syracuse’s favor.
Syracuse should sweep up athlete Treevon Prater to flesh out the Orange secondary next year.
Will a better recruiting class improve the national expectation and attention Syracuse gets?
The big guys up front are just as important on the recruiting front as the offensive playmakers.
George McDonald’s offense is slowly getting the pieces it needs for a successful run.
The Fizz sits down with potential Adly Enoicy, who could don Orange next year.
The Fizz looks at the probability of some big-name recruits attending Syracuse next season.
We’ve got a feeling these recruits are pretty high on the Syracuse Orange football Christmas list.
New York state native Thomas Holley passes over the Orange in favor of Penn State, but there’s no need to lose sleep over it.
Syracuse lands its 14th commitment, Florida native cornerback Cordell Hudson.
Between the end of the season and the Texas Bowl, SU is recruiting heavily across the nation.
Cordell Hudson’s visit to Syracuse may convince the 3-star defensive back to play for the Orange.
The list of top recruits in-state that left keeps growing, but did SU really miss out?
2014 QB recruit AJ Long reflects on Syracuse’s 2013 football season.
Wayne Williams prepares to finally hit the turf in the Carrier Dome for 2014.
The Fizz takes a look at the 14 recruits Cuse football has moving into November.
Georgia running back Josh Boyd’s impressive stats would be a great fit in the SU offense.
Orange football hopes to land three 3-star recruits from one Florida school.
The three-star CB is looking at SU, Rutgers and Iowa State and balancing a crazy work load.