Dino Babers and his staff hosted a big group of outstanding prospects for their Elite Camp on campus today, and the Orange managed to find a future wide receiver in the group with the commitment of camp participant and 3-star Florida native Anthony Queeley.

Queeley, a 6-foot-2, 195 pound receiver from Lake Nona, Florida, competed at the camp and quickly committed to the Orange after getting a chance to work with the coaches and check out the campus. Queeley is the second receiver to commit to Syracuse this cycle, joining slot receiver Cooper Lutz.

Queeley reports a time of 4.52 in the 40 and 4.02 in the 20-yard shuttle, and also holds offers from Minnesota, Wake Forest, Duke, Marshall, and a handful of others. Last season, he hauled in 76 passes for more than 1,000 yards as a junior at Lake Nona, which is located in Orlando.

This is the third commit from Florida in the 2018 class for the Orange, as Queeley joins linebacker Jack Smith and running back Akeem Dixon as the latest verbals from the Sunshine State.

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