Syracuse football recruiting: 2016 DE Jamal Holloway decommits from SU

first_img Published on January 27, 2016 at 6:27 pm Contact Paul: pmschwed@syr.edu | @pschweds Class of 2016 defensive end Jamal Holloway has decommitted from Syracuse, he announced in a tweet on Wednesday. He’s the 11th player to leave the Orange’s 2016 class since head coach Dino Babers was hired on Dec. 5.SU’s class is now down to 22 pledges, which includes three defensive ends — Joshua Black, Jaquwan Nelson, Kendall Coleman — with one week until National Signing Day. All three chose Syracuse in the past two weeks after previously being committed to other schools. Facebook Twitter Google+ AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe 6-foot-3, 215-pound Holloway is ranked with three stars and as the 52nd best weak-side defensive end in the 2016 class. He’s also the second player from Camden (New Jersey) High School to decommit from SU’s 2016 class, joining outside linebacker Dymelle Parker.Holloway initially chose Syracuse on July 28. Only four players that committed to former head coach Scott Shafer’s staff remain in the 2016 class: early enrollees Moe Neal (RB/WR), Rex Culpepper (QB), as well as offensive lineman Sam Heckel and safety Scoop Bradshaw. Comments Related Stories Syracuse football recruiting: Defensive end Jamal Holloway joins Class of 2016Syracuse football recruiting: Former Illinois commit Joshua Black becomes 4th defensive end in SU’s 2016 classSyracuse football recruiting: Jaquwan Nelson becomes 3rd defensive end in 2016 classSyracuse football recruiting: 3-star 2016 DE Kendall Coleman flips commitment from Western Michigan to SyracuseSyracuse football recruiting: 2016 LB Dymelle Parker becomes 3rd player to decommit since Dino Babers hiringlast_img

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