Syracuse Targets in 2017 Scout 300 takes a look at Syracuse offerees in the first Scout 300 for the 2017 class.

Scout released their top 300 prospects for the 2017 cycle on Wednesday. Included on the list were several players that Syracuse has offered.

Trevon Grimes has defending national champion Ohio State out in front with Miami a close second.

Darnay Holmes is likely staying out west and has visited UCLA, Nebraska, Texas A&M, Texas, Oklahoma and others this summer.

D’Andre Swift seems to be looking at big schools. He visited Georgia and Penn State among several others this summer.

Anthony Hines has a connection to Robert Washington and says he wants to visit Syracuse. That could happen this fall, potentially with Washington.

Isaiah Wilson visited Syracuse during the spring game. He was impressed with their facilities and has a solid relationship with offensive line coach Joe Adam.

Jordan Anthony says he remains in communication with Syracuse and is open to all schools, including the Orange.

David Adams, a Keystone State linebacker, has visited West Virginia and Michigan this spring/summer. He also holds offers from in-state schools Penn State and Pittsburgh.

Josh Lugg is an elite offensive tackle prospect with a bunch of offers. He seems to think very highly of Wisconsin.

The son of the former USC, Jets and Bucs receiver of the same name, Keyshawn Johnson has visited Clemson, Nebraska, Texas, Ohio State, UCLA and USC this summer.

Tarik Black picked up an early offer from Syracuse and visited last summer. He has seen his recruitment blow up this spring with offers from several elite programs.

Fred Hansard visited Syracuse for the second time last week and remains high on the Orange. He has a strong relationship with Syracuse assistant Bobby Acosta.

Trey Smith is an elite offensive tackle prospect from the heart of SEC country. He seems likely to stay in that conference with Alabama, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and in-state Tennessee hot on his trail.

Romello Martin is another elite in-state prospect. Syracuse assistant Joe Adam is his primary recruiter and will go after him very hard.

Tristan Gebbia has seen his recruitment pick up and now holds offers from Alabama, Arizona State, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami, Syracuse and others.

Tyshon Fogg visited Syracuse about a week ago and loved the trip. He has the Orange as one of his top options.

Jermani Brown is another California prospect with a Syracuse offer. He also has Arizona State, Boise State, Michigan State, Utah and Wisconsin on his list. USC and UCLA have expressed interest as well.

Anthony White Jr. is a versatile athlete who could play receiver or defensive back at the next level. A recent offer from LSU looms large.

Cesar Ruiz is another Camden (N.J.) High target for Syracuse. The four-star center enjoyed his June visit and remains interested in the Orange.

Donovan Jeter is a popular Big-10 target with offers from Michigan State, Nebraska, Penn State and Maryland on his list.

Luiji Vilain was an early Syracuse target back when he was playing football in Canada. Since transferring to Episcopal High, his recruitment has taken off.

Hendon Hooker holds three offers from Syracuse, East Carolina and Clemson. The Orange was one of the first to offer him and could make him a priority. His skill set is a perfect fit for what Tim Lester wants to run his offense.

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