Syracuse will have six prospects visiting on Saturday for their game against LSU. Four are from the 2016 class, all commits, one is a priority 2017 target and the other a 2017 commit.
Defensive end Jamal Holloway and outside linebacker Dymelle Parker, both teammates at Camden High in New Jersey, will attend the game along with fellow Garden State commit Sadiq Palmer, a three-star wide receiver. Offensive tackle commit Noel Brouse will also be in attendance. It will be the second straight week Brouse will check out the Orange in person.
Joining them will be local product and one of Syracuse's top targets in the 2017 class, wide receiver Noah Jordan-Williams out of CBA. Fellow class of 2017 Upstate New York product Isaiah McDuffie will also be in attendance. McDuffie committed to Syracuse this summer.
Holloway committed to the Orange in July, nearly one month after Parker's June pledge. Palmer picked Syracuse in April and was their second player to commit in the 2016 class.
Jordan-Williams has told CuseNation.com that Syracuse is currently his top school, that he loves the program and the coaches, but is taking his time as he wants to go through the entire process. Saturday's visit is another opportunity to make an impression and increase their lead.
Syracuse's game against LSU will kickoff at 12:00pm inside the Carrier Dome.