Class of 2019 OT Ryan Alexander (NY) COMMITTED TO SYRACUSE

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Looks to me that the staff identified a good player on a bad team. I liked his film enough to feel good about him providing some o-line depth if forced to play.

Anyone know if he's related to former SU OL PJ Alexander?
 

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Just that he was HM All Sun Belt. Was hoping someone could have developed after being in the system.
There are literally dozens of players in the NFL from small programs. The conference he played is irrelevant. How he fits into OUR system is far more important., I trust thei coaching staff's judgment -- fans have zero insight into this kid's capabilities, any concerns or unsubstantiated at best.
 
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There are literally dozens of players in the NFL from small programs. The conference he played is irrelevant. How he fits into OUR system is far more important., I trust thei coaching staff's judgment -- fans have zero insight into this kid's capabilities, any concerns or unsubstantiated at best.
Well actually I am entitled to make ironclad judgments on players I learned literally five minutes ago we offered based on their school of origin and nothing more.
 

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I wish we did have options that were better in the pipeline. Hopefully a few of these younger OT/OL guys pan out. Think we still need a couple stopgaps before we are fully sustainable at the position. DT, too.
 

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I trust thei coaching staff's judgment --
There's a certain "irony" here. Regardless, I am most concernered about the staff procuring the best possible player and if they think this player is the better option, so be it.
 
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