As they have done for every home game this season, Syracuse is set to host some talented recruits this weekend. The Orange face Florida State, and will try to impress their targets in attendance. Here are many of who will be visiting.
The only official visitor this weekend is junior college tight end and former Scout 300 Mississippi State signee Ravian Pierce. Pierce is a big time talent who would slide into the Orange's starting lineup right away. He is also being pursued by Oklahoma state and LSU.
Speedy wide receiver commit is checking out the Orange unofficially.
Richards returns to the Syracuse campus as he has checked out multiple games this season.
Syracuse's lone defensive tackle commit to date is in town to watch his future team in action.
Davis has been recruited to play along the interior of the offensive line for Syracuse. He will be in the stands to watch the Orange.
Terry does not have an offer from Syracuse, but is on the radar. This is also an unofficial visit for the Keystone State product. Terry holds an offer from Buffalo.
Fish is a former three-star Illinois offensive tackle signee. He has decided to leave the program, and is on the radar of the Orange staff as a potential walk-on.
One of Syracuse's top 2018 targets, the talented linebacker visits the Orange after picking up an offer a few weeks ago. Luketa also holds offers from Missouri, Northwester, NC State and others.
Class of 2018 Scout 300 four-star center Tyrone Sampson is set to visit the Orange. He has strong interest in Syracuse, who are his only power five offer to date.
Cooper is back at Syracuse and remains very interested in SU. He is a target firmly on the radar in 2018, and a return trip signals strong mutual interest.
Renninger is a talented, athletic 2018 tight end prospect from Pennsylvania. Syracuse was his first offer, and he remains a priority in the cycle.
A 2018 cornerback, Harris is still looking for his first offer. The Indiana native is an intriguing prospect with length and speed.
Burns is a Canadian interior offensive lineman who projects most likely to the center position.
Woods is an in-state wide receiver who currently holds an offer from Boston College.
Holloway is from Illinois. He is an athletic defensive tackle with some impressive film. He will check out the Orange this weekend.
Gross is visiting Syracuse for the second time this season. He holds an offer from Buffalo with plenty more sure to come.