Interesting note in Mike Cohen’s mailbag about whatever happened to highly regarded signee Max Beaulieu. He was one of the biggest recruits of the previous regime, and was considered one of the best defensive players in Florida at the time.
“At Syracuse, though, Beaulieu struggled to move up the depth chart at defensive end. The coaching staff moved him to tight end during preseason camp in 2011, but that didn’t lead to any increased playing time either.
In three years on the team, Beaulieu did not play in any games.
He was suspended for the 2012 Pinstripe Bowl along with teammate Adonis Ameen-Moore for unspecified violations of athletic department rules, and he never returned to the team.
Beaulieu is no longer a member of the football program, nor is he enrolled at Syracuse, according to the online student directory.”
I remember it well. Max was the first big time recruit of the Doug Marrone era. Here was what Elite Scouting Services said about him:
“We watched Max last year and th...