Defensive coordinator Chuck Bullough spend part of the last week touring Rochester in search for in-state talent. One of the prospects he offered was three star Rochester (NY) East athlete Justin Noye.
"Yeah they came early in the week," Noye recalled. "It was Coach Bullough. He came visited me. He just said how the head coach (Scott Shafer) wants me to come to their camp and back peddle, and I'll get the offer then he said. Then he just gave me some information and stuff like that."
The mention of back peddling means Syracuse is recruiting Noye as a defensive back. Likely a safety with his combination of size and speed. While Noye has played offense primarily in high school, he says he is open to the move.
"I'm really flexible," Noye declared. "It doesn't matter where I play. Any position on the field. I just want to play and get the chance to get the ball in my hands."
Noye will attend a camp with the hopes of adding the Orange to his list of offers.
"I haven't set a date yet but I know I'm going to one for sure though," Noye admitted. "Getting an offer that's close to home and everything, that would be great. I'd want to compare Syracuse to other colleges that offered me and I would choose from there."
A decision could be approaching in the coming months for the East High standout. He says, however, he is still wide open.
"I really don't have any favorites right now," Noye claimed. "I just want to finish the school year out first before I make a decision. I haven't decided when I want to choose, but it's not that far away."