Three-star Laurel (Md.) St. Vincent wide receiver Cameron Sullivan-Brown entered Saturday's visit to Syracuse with an impressive offer list, but one that did not include the Orange. It did not take long for that to change.
"It happened in the head coach's office," Sullivan-Brown said. "He was just like, 'by the way, you know you're offered right?' That was it. I was extremely excited. I know how they utilize their receivers and I know I can thrive there."
The 6-foot-1 wideout did much more than pick up an offer on the trip, however.
"It went very well," Sullivan-Brown said. "They showed us around the different football facilities. I got to talk to the co-oc, head coach and the receivers coach one on one. When I talked to the offensive coordinator, we talked about the new offense.
"With the head coach he was talking about what he's trying to do in the program and also the offense. Me and the wide receivers coach (Kim McCloud) just talked about how I liked the visit."
Spending so much time with the coaches was very meaningful for Sullivan-Brown. Not only did it allow them to bond, but it shows how much of a priority he is that they took the time to speak with him with so many prospects on campus.
The St. Vincent standout also got to check out the indoor practice facility, which he liked. Unfortunately, he had to leave before the group attended the Syracuse vs NC State basketball game.
Despite that, the visit only helped where Syracuse stands with him going forward.
"It definitely rose a lot," Sullivan-Brown said. "They are high on my list now."