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Baltimore Lineman Planning Syracuse Visit

Syracuse's football staff continues to focus much of its recruiting attention to the Washinton and Baltimore metro areas, an effort that got a big boost when the Orange hired assistant coach Randy Trivers, a native of Maryland. Trivers recently swung through Balimore, and it appears it'll pay off in the form of a visit from a talented lineman.

"I'm planning on going to Syracuse Saturday [for junior day], it just depends on the weather," said Gilman School junior Brandon Copeland. "Coach Randy Trivers came through my school last week. He seemed like a real good guy and said some really funny things … They really liked my film." Copeland is a 6-foot-2, 260-pounder who runs a 4.9 40-yard dash. He plays mostly center in high school, but... Recommended Stories

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