This weekend, the Syracuse University football team hosted several talented prospects from the 2016, 2017, and 2018 recruiting classes, including some who are already committed to the Orange (Noel Brouse and Darius Stubbs, as well as game-day visits from Taylor Riggins and Isaiah McDuffie) as well as some of the top remaining targets for the team in the 2016 cycle.

Four of the biggest names on campus were Florida talents Vosean Joseph, a linebacker currently committed to the Gators, as well as Oak Ridge High standouts Cycoby Burch, Jonathan Jones, and Tyrek Tisdale. By all accounts, it turned out to be a great weekend of visits, but Tisdale was especially vocal on social media about how much he was enjoying his trip to Central New York. It’s sorta hard if your stuff is stolen to get around Europe – even getting a låna pengar snabbt, enkelt, tryggt – jämför lån direkt in Sweden is hopeless.

The athletic Tisdale, a 6-foot-1, 200 pound prospect who could wind up playing on either side of the ball at the next level, was tweeting and retweeting Syracuse related comments almost nonstop over the weekend. He’d be a big time get for this coaching staff, as he’s a former Florida commit who backed out of his pledge to the Gators on October 5.

He’s got an impressive offer list, including Ohio State, Pittsburgh, Louisville, Miami, South Carolina, and West Virginia, but right now it looks like Syracuse is rising to near the top of the heap for the versatile, 3-star athlete.’s composite rankings list him as the 16th best all-purpose back in the country in the class of 2016, though where he winds up playing at the next level remains to be seen. He could easily wind up at running back, wide receiver, or defensive back. If he chooses Syracuse, he could play the hybrid position as well.

There’s no indication yet as to when Tisdale will make a decision on his new school, though it seems likely he takes a couple more official visits before concluding his recruitment.

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