As Syracuse's 2014 class comes further into focus, the Orange have already landed some talented players out of Pennsylvania. But there is more work to be done in the Keystone State.
Zaire Franklin: The Orange landed the 3-star linebacker over conference and recruiting rival Pittsburgh. Since his commitment, he has been one of the champions of the class in helping to recruit other prospects.
K.J. Williams: Syracuse won the battle for A.J. Long's cousin as the 4-star wide receiver announced his decision on Twitter. He spent this past weekend hanging out with Franklin, who said he believes Williams is a solid Orange commit.
Jamal Custis: One of the skill position players the Orange want the most, Custis has the versatility to play wide receiver or tight end. The 3-star prospect has tweeted that he will be visiting Syracuse on Wednesday. He says Rutgers, Pittsburgh, Connecticut, and Virginia are also in play.
Out of the Running
Jermaine Eluemunor: The talented offensive tackle is currently committed to UCLA. However, there are rumblings that Ohio State is under serious consideration. While a potential flip is possible, Syracuse is not involved.
Robert Martin: The 3-star running back chose Rutgers without visiting Syracuse.
The Rest of the Offerees
Stewart has Syracuse in his top four
Rasaan Stewart: The 3-star safety has recently declared a top four of Syracuse, Boston College, Rutgers, and Pittsburgh. With the Orange going hard after secondary help, he could be in play. A visit will be key.
Jarell Broxton: A JUCO interior lineman, Syracuse could be looking at Broxton as a big priority if they miss out on Aaron Roberts. Regardless, Syracuse needs help up front. However, he seems to looking at other schools at the moment having already set officials to Wisconsin and Baylor. UPDATE: Broxton has since committed to Baylor.
The Best of the Rest
Zaire Hollerway: If Syracuse misses out on other defensive line targets, Hollerway could come into play with a productive senior year.
Tyler Cavenas: Cavenas looks like a backup plan at this point. Syracuse will monitor his production during his senior year, however.