"Max committed to Syracuse a few days ago," Colosimo said. "I asked Max to contact all the schools that were recruiting him and tell them first. I just felt that was the right thing to do."
"He loved it there," Colosimo explained. "He really liked the coaches. He came home from his visit and asked me how long he had to wait to decided. I told him do whatever you think is best, so he called and committed."
We asked Colosimo to describe Suter in his own words.
"I have been coaching for a lot of years and he is one of the best I have had. he has a non-stop motor and he has given up a lot. In seven of our nine games the mercy rule has kicked in, so Max only played up until the first series of the third quarter. He is a team guy.I can honestly say when he graduates I'll probably cry like a baby. this is a special group of juniors I have here."
Suter say's that Syracuse likes him as a safety and a running back.
"They said they like me at both positions, so we'll have to see how it works out," Suter said. "
When asked what made him choose Syracuse, Suter reiterated what his coach said.
"I went up and visited and I felt like it was the best fit for me. I really liked the coaches, especially Coach (Greg) Robinson and Coach Spencer."
Suter had standout performances at the Scout.Com all-American Combine at Pittsburgh and the Elite College combine in New Jersey.
"if I didn't go to the combines I may not have any offers, so the really did help me."
As a junior Suter ran for 1,420 yards and 24 touchdowns on 162 carries. Defensively, Suter registered 81 tackles including 16 for loss.
Earned first team All-Conference, first team All-WPIAL Class AA, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Fab 22", Tribune-Review "Terrific 25", PA Football News honorable mention All-State.