Defensive end chooses Syracuse

Farrell, Pennsylvania defensive end Rob Trudo was planning on taking an official visit to West Virginia this coming weekend but as it turns out he won't be making that trip.
That's because Trudo has verbally committed to Syracuse, thus ending the recruiting process.
The 6-foot-5, 262-pound defensive end from the Keystone State had officially visited Syracuse over the weekend and relayed to on Sunday evening that he had a great time at the Big East school.
Trudo said he got along with all of the players and coaches while he was in town and those relationships he formed were the driving reason behind his decision.
On Tuesday he confirmed that he had made his decision and would not be looking back.
"It seemed like they (the Syracuse coaches) were happy," Trudo said.
Trudo actually made his decision on Sunday but waited until Tuesday to go public with his choice.
Prior to his decision he had also taken an official visit to Boston College. In addition to those two schools and West Virginia, Trudo had received several other scholarship offers from schools in the region.
He is ranked the No. 39 prospect in Pennsylvania for the Class of 2011 by, and he is commitment No. 18 for the Orange in this recruiting cycle.