Syracuse adds two more recruits

Dino Babers is off to a fast start on the recruiting trail at Syracuse, and on Monday, the Orange’s new head coach picked up two more commitments.

Offensive lineman Liam O’Sullivan of Park Ridge, Illinois, made his announcement in the early evening. He had previously been committed to Cincinnati.

The third player to commit to Syracuse since Babers’ hiring, O’Sullivan is rated the No. 130 offensive tackle in the 2016 class based on 247Sports Composite rankings. He is a 6-7, 237-pound prospect.

Later in the night, 2016 athlete Carl Jones of Lakewood, Ohio, pledged to the Orange. His decision came just two days after he picked up a Syracuse offer.

A 6-2, 175-pound prospect, Jones could play either wide receiver or defensive back at the next level.