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This week has felt like an eternity for Orange Nation, and more importantly it’s also felt that way for Syracuse’s recruits. In just eight days, Doug Marrone and Nate Hackett bolted to the NFL, Scott Shafer was named SU’s new head man, Zach Allen flipped to TCU, and now Tyrone Wheatley, Donnie Henderson and Greg Adkins left as well. Brutal week for SU. It has certainly rattled the 2013 class. Currently Syracuse has only 14 commits, and is in serious jeopardy of losing more. Here’s the Top Five Most Notable Recruiting Storylines to keep an eye on just three weeks before National Signing Day. SU Offers 3-star QB John O’Korn, Is It Too Little Too Late? The Florida native is ranked the 31st best pro-style QB in the nation. It will be interesting to see if anything manifests. O’Korn chatted with The Fizz and he was waiting to see who SU hires for its new OC. He committed to Houston in June and has since received offers from Wisconsin and Louisville. There is a Bob Casullo connection – ...
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