Stocker snags Syracuse offer

Syracuse is looking for more secondary help this cycle despite their impressive haul in 2014. One of the prospects on their radar is three-star Keystone State product Jazzee Stocker.

Coatesville (Penn.) High safety Jazzee Stocker is one of the most talented players in the Keystone State. He is up to double digit offers, with the latest coming from a regional ACC program.

"Syracuse has been in touch since day one," Stocker said. "They just offered me. They've been telling me to come up there for a visit and check out their campus. That they like my film. Just the basic stuff. In the spring time is when they're trying to get me to visit the school."

The three-star safety is trying to schedule a visit in the spring around his schedule. A visit is more likely now that Syracuse has offered, according to Stocker. If he does make the trip, it won't be his first time in Central New York.

"My interest in them is high," Stocker said. "I'm very interested in them. I went to a visit there before with my brother (Manny Stocker, who signed with N.C. State) when they were recruiting him. We went to a game and it was nice. I'd like to get back there. I went to Syracuse versus UConn a couple of years ago."

Stocker is excited about the opportunity at Syracuse and is happy they joined his offer list.

"Syracuse is equal with all the other schools," Stocker said. "An offer from them means a lot. That means they are really interested which is good. It just gets me hyped to get back on the field and keep grinding."

Whenever Stocker does make a decision, there are two factors which will be the most important.

"I'm looking for a school with good tradition where I play," Stocker said. "They have to have good academics. I want to major in business or communications."

The academic standing of Syracuse in those two areas help where the Orange stand with Stocker.


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