Found December 08, 2012 on Orange Fizz:
PLAYERS: Doug Marrone
TEAMS: Syracuse Orange
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This is an enormous weekend for Syracuse football. With 11 recruits on the Hill, it’s one of the biggest collections of talent the program has seen gather on campus. The Cuse Clique is in town for their official visits, some of them having already committed, others are still deciding. The biggest name still uncommitted is the Brooklyn Beast, Ebenezer Ogundeko. He’s recently narrowed his list down to Florida and Clemson, but there’s still an outside chance a weekend like this one could keep SU in the race. He’s visiting campus with one of his best friends Augustus Edwards, and tweeted a picture of the crew. The Brooklyn running back committed to the Orange over the summer. He’s also hanging with speedy back Laray Smith, who is still weighing the SU offer. Malik Brown is also uncommitted. The defensive end from West Palm Beach is in town, tweeting about his visit. So far, sounds like SU is doing it right. Brown says he feels like a president in the town car the university sent for him...
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