Found June 12, 2013 on Orange Fizz:
Nassau Community College head coach Curtis Cuilliam said Chad Mavety loved Syracuse right out of high school and dreamed of playing there. Even the family of the star-studded, JuCo offensive lineman attended SU back in their day. The 6’6”, 320 pounder still has Syracuse high on his wish list despite high interest from top heavyweights across the country. Follow The Fizz on Twitter for the latest SU recruiting news The 4-star bulldozer tackle fields offers from Ohio State, Alabama, Florida State, Michigan State, and Oklahoma. That’s the cream of the crop, with several other programs attempting to land the Garden City, NY native. Guilliam tells The Fizz Mavety is looking at all schools on an equal playing field: “He’s just looking for the right fit with his position. He’s looking for a good staff. He’s going to be a star no matter where he goes, it’s just a matter of him getting comfortable in the right schemes.” Mavety’s  stock has increased considerably since high school and he’s a
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