Found July 22, 2013 on Orange Fizz:
Syracuse’s ’14 football class has shaped up nicely with the recent commitment of K.J. Williams, who wrapped up the first wave of Orange commits. Many high school seniors are waiting until after their season to begin making decisions, but one player plans to make his in the coming weeks. Aaron Roberts, an offensive guard for De La Salle Institute in Chicago, is down to Illinois and Syracuse. Roberts already visited Illinois recently and loved his trip to Champaign. He plans visiting Syracuse on August 9th and will likely to make his decision shortly after. Oklahoma also has shown interest but unless the Sooners offer soon, Roberts will probably be in a shade of orange. The 6’4” lineman almost tips the scales at 300 pounds and is already blessed with the size SU loves. The three-star recruit has been one of the many players active with current SU commits on Twitter. If all goes well during his visit to the Hill, he’ll be using the #CuseTwitterArmy hashtag quite a bit. Roberts could b...

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