Found January 28, 2012 on Orange Fizz:
Al Campanie/Post Standard Syracuse has plenty of voids to fill after its 5-game collapse to end in the basement of the Big East. But the losses on the defensive side of the ball are most significant, and with just four days until National Siging Day, the Orange has targeted the front 7 as a priority. The numbers are fluid until Wednesday, but SU should have at least a dozen new faces combined at linebacker and defensive line. Plus, the Orange is close to locking down the best player in NYC to help its secondary, in DB Wayne Morgan. Follow The Fizz on Twitter for the latest news on Signing Day DE Josh Manley and OLB James Washington could be talented pass rushers, and join a group of primarily young guys who can into the backfield, highlighted by sophomore Dyshawn Davis. SU also continues to play ball with FIU for another pair of LBs in Leroy Owens and Josh Glanton. If the Orange can win even one of them, this year’s class will tie ’10 for the most recruits on defense in six years....
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