Maybe the most high profile prospect in Syracuse's 2016 class is three-star athlete Moe Neal. He will be taking his official visit to Central New York during the weekend of December 4th. Neal is coming to Syracuse to play h-back.
Offensive tackle commit Noel Brouse says he will take his official visit to Syracuse the weekend of December 11th, unless it interferes with state playoffs. His team is currently 6-1 and playing well. Brouse is playing along the line on both sides of the ball. If his team continues to advance in the playoffs and a conflict arises, the official visit will be pushed to January.
Peach State athlete Darius Stubbs, coming to Syracuse to play the h-back position, is taking his official visit the weekend of January 22nd. He says his senior season has been up and down. Stubbs is currently dealing with a minor knee sprain and expects to be back within a week or two.
Joining Stubbs that weekend will be three-star quarterback commit Lindsey Scott. The Louisiana prospect says he does not have any other visits scheduled at this time.
One week prior to Stubbs and Scott's visit, Empire State commit Taylor Riggins (highlights at the top of the page) will be visiting from January 15th through the 17th. Riggins is coming to Syracuse to play linebacker, but is athletic enough to also play safety, defensive end or even as a big running back.
Three-star wide receiver Sadiq Palmer will take his official visit the same weekend as Stubbs and Scott, January 22nd through the 24th. Palmer was the second player to commit to the Orange this cycle.