Sean McKeon was perhaps the most high profile participant in the first of Syracuse football’s seven one-day camps on Saturday. The three-star tight end, who already holds an offer, enjoyed his time at the camp.
”We did a lot of drill work,” McKeon said. “Like agility work, blocking, and things like that. It was great. I thought I did well.”
Despite already having an offer and visiting the weekend prior, McKeon had a specific reason he wanted to return to Syracuse and participate in the camp. It gives him added insight into the coaching ability and style of the staff.
Specifically, McKeon worked with tight ends coach Jake Moreland. After spending a lot of time with him on Saturday, he has an even stronger impression of the Orange assistant.
”I really liked his style,” McKeon said. “We only had four tight ends there so I got a lot of one-on-one time. I liked how he coached me up and I think I learned some things from him from a technique standpoint.”
McKeon was able to speak with several of the coaches during the camp, including head coach Scott Shafer. There were not extensive, in-depth conversations, but just some chitchatting throughout camp. Most of the recruiting type of discussions happened during the previous visit.
McKeon says nothing has changed and those are the five schools in consideration. He is visiting the Wolverines this coming weekend and a decision is excepted to follow soon after.