Florida defensive end/linebacker Ramar Dennis was planning to cut his list a couple months ago. However, plans changed as he decided to focus on his senior season. Those plans have worked out as his team is district champions.
"The linebacker coach from SU stopped yesterday (Friday) to talk to me," Dennis explained. "He told me that they're only looking to take two linebackers and the recruiting will pick up when the season is done.
"He said they loved me this spring and wants to see film from this season. It was an in person visit. We talked for about 15 minutes."
During the visit, Morrison indicated that Syracuse wants Dennis to come visit the Orange campus. While unsure if he will take that visit, Morrison taking time to come see him meant a lot.
"It was pretty cool to know that he took time to come visit when they have a big game today (Saturday)," Dennis said.
While the two-star prospect did not attend the game, he watched on television. Not only is Syracuse recruiting him, but so is South Florida, though the Bulls have not offered. Dennis was impressed with the Syracuse comeback.
"It was a great game by Syracuse," he stated. "It was impressive them coming back and getting the victory."
Dennis said he will get back into his recruitment once his season ends.