Indianapolis (Ind.) Bishop Chatard offensive tackle Adam Solomon is one of the most talented players in the Hoosier State. He recently picked up his ninth offer, his first from the ACC.
"I was offered by Syracuse," Solomon said. "I would really love to get there for a visit. No plans yet as of now."
The three-star prospect spoke with the Syracuse offensive line coach. The conversation left Solomon thinking highly of the Orange.
"It was coach Joe Adam," Solomon said. "I talked to him and he offered me (Monday) afternoon. We talked about the school and what they expect within the prestigious program. And how the program is one of the best in the country.
"I was very impressed with how he talked about the program. And how he wanted me to be a part of that program as well."
Solomon has ideal size for offensive tackle at 6-foot-6, 290-pounds, which is why he is such a coveted prospect. The Orange will look to get him on campus and develop that relationship.
The Bishop Chatard standout is looking forward to learning more about Syracuse as he goes through the recruiting process.
"I really do like their program," Solomon said. "I don't have any front runners or anything yet because it is so early. But I do want to learn more about them."
Solomon's teammate, offensive tackle Matt McCann was also offered by Syracuse. Both indicated they have not discussed being offered by the same school or playing together at the next level.