Among the primary concerns around the Syracuse Orange football program right now is quarterback play, and SU’s ability to upgrade the position.
Since 2017, QB recruiting eggs have largely been in the Tommy DeVito basket. That creates a bit of an issue when he struggles (for various reasons) and there’s no one else to turn to. Dino Babers has secured a bit of an insurance policy for 2021 in Garrett Shrader. But still, in an ideal world, we’re adding a guy we’re confident could start down the road.
For the 2022 class, these concerns could arise once again.