Decision Approaching for Brosnan

Brendan Brosnan is one of Syracuse's top targets up front. He has had an eventful summer already, and has even more planned in the coming weeks. He discusses the latest with inside.

Park Ridge (IL) Main South OT Brendan Brosnan is one of Syracuse's priorities along the offensive line. He recently attended a couple of camps in hopes of grabbing even more offers. 

"I was at Wisconsin camp this past Monday," Brosnan recalled. "Stanford camp a couple weeks ago. Not this past Wednesday and Thursday but the ones before that. I went to those two camps and with Stanford, I talked to some of the coaches. I'm not really sure what's going on there. 

"Wisconsin said they really like me. They said I'm agile and quick. I'm just staying in touch with them and hopefully something can happen there."

The 6-foot-6 tackle is starting to come down the home stretch of his recruitment. But before he makes a final decision, there are a few visits he would like to take. 

"Right now I'm just gathering facts," Brosnan admitted. "I've been planning east coast visits to Maryland, Virginia Tech, and North Carolina State. I'd really like to see all three of those before I decide. Hopefully I can decide before my senior year so I can focus on the season and winning state."

One visit that's taken place and left a big impression was his trip to Upstate New York. Since then, Brosnan has remained in contact with the Orange and remains very interested.

"I visited Syracuse a couple of months ago," the 3-star tackle said. "I absolutely loved it. They are right at the top of my list. Right near the top. Top three for sure. I don't have a definite one, two, or three but they're right at the top. I was really impressed when I visited and could really see myself playing there. 

"I still call Coach Lester and Coach Perles to try to stay in touch with both of them. I've been talking to Coach Lester before Coach Perles because he's the recruiter for my area. We've just been developing that relationship."

Brosnan added that he is considering a second trip to Syracuse, but isn't sure if that's possible because of his schedule. He expects to make a decision by the end of summer.

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