Anthony Queeley took the trip from Florida to Syracuse in order to camp in front of the Orange coaches. He was so impressive that the staff had a conversation after camp, and that was enough for Queeley to end his recruitment.
The 6-foot-2 Lake Nona High standout committed to Syracuse on Sunday, he told Scout.
"(It was for) my future of course," Queeley said. "The significant amount of people that are willing to help me throughout this process is amazing. This opportunities that I will have the chance to receive (are) out of this world. I feel like Syracuse provided everything."
Queeley also held offers from Duke, Marshall, Memphis, Minnesota, Rutgers and Wake Forest among others. He is rated a three-star prospect by Scout.
One of the main reasons he picked the Orange over those other opportunities was his strong relationship with his primary recruiter.
"Coach Sean Lewis was my primary recruiter," Queeley said. "The relationship between me and him was out of this world. Felt like I've known him for years after meeting him. The amount of attention that he brought to me was a key factor. It showed that I was primary."
Queeley is Syracuse's second wide receiver in the 2018 class, joining slot prospect Cooper Lutz. Queeley will play on the outside. He says he is a perfect fit for Dino Babers' offense, as he plays a similar style in high school.