Wayne Morgan talkins about stepping into an expanded role at cornerback with Keon Lyn out for the season.
The huge DT wanted to play with his Brooklyn friends, so Syracuse cashes in.
The two New York City stars want to play together in college & SU is one of 7 schools to offer both.
“Lights Out” brought NYC stars Ebenezer Ogundeko & Augustus Edwards to campus.
Doug Marrone’s fourth class filled some major needs and landed immediate contributors.
“I knew two days after I came back from Connecticut. In my heart I felt more comfortable at Syracuse. I just liked SU better.”
The NYC DB likes the nickname “Light’s Out.” So who gets darkness on NSD?
Brooklyn’s “Lights Out” DB discusses his visit to Storrs and PSU is off his list.
Sounds like the Brooklyn Bullet is still leaning SU before his official to UConn next week.
Doug Marrone has watched much of the state’s best talent go elsewhere.
It’s now crunch time for the Orange to sew up these five names for ’12.
Here’s what to buy the names Orange football fans will get to know over the next month.
Suddenly, the Orange has opportunities that can push this class forward before Signing Day.
Wayne Morgan is the best player in NYC, and the Orange is close to landing him.
The next big NYC product is fearless and leaning toward the Orange for 2012.
After an 0-for-3 week, here’s the next group of recruits the Orange has its eyes on.
Players like Wayne Morgan (pictured) are the next step in making SU a power again.