Syracuse football 4-star commit Jamie Tremble is freak athlete, per analyst

Syracuse football, Jamie Tremble (Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports)
Syracuse football, Jamie Tremble (Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports) /

Syracuse football 2024 four-star commit Jamie Tremble is recently included in a list from 247Sports of the 50 freakiest college football recruits in the senior cycle, and appropriately so.

The 6-foot-4, 205-pound wide receiver/tight end, who verbally committed to the Orange in mid-June, is a top-300 national prospect in the 2024 class, per multiple recruiting services.

Jamie Tremble, a senior at The Wesleyan School in Peachtree Corners, Ga., shines on the football field of course.

However, according to his bio on the 247Sports Web site, Tremble in high school has also played basketball and runs track and field. He is the younger brother of former Notre Dame tight end Tommy Tremble, who plays in the NFL for the Carolina Panthers.

Syracuse football 2024 four-star commit Jamie Tremble is a freak athlete, an expert says.

In his top-50 ranking of the freakiest college football prospects, 247Sports director of scouting Andrew Ivins placed Jamie Tremble at No. 45 overall.

"Ivins noted that Tommy Tremble, at his pro day, posted a 10-foot-2 broad jump. Ivins wrote, “That number is good, but Jamie Tremble’s broad jump is already better. The younger brother of the Carolina Panther sent a 247Sports group chat into a frenzy back in April when he jumped 11 feet, 6 9/10 inches at a UC Report camp in South Carolina. We had to vet the video to make sure it was legit. Turns out, it was. … Jamie also took silver in the triple jump at the Georgia 3A state track meet in May. He could be the next Oronde Gadsden II for Syracuse …”"

That’s some high praise from the 247Sports scout. Gadsden, a standout junior tight end/wide receiver for Syracuse football, was an All-ACC first-team performer in 2022 and ahead of the 2023 campaign, he is receiving a boatload of preseason national and Atlantic Coast Conference honors.

In the 2022 term for Wesleyan, according to the MaxPreps Web site, Tremble hauled in 55 passes for 890 yards and 11 receiving touchdowns. Last year, per 247Sports, he was named the Georgia Region 7-AAA offensive player of the year.

By the way, if you’d like to follow how Jamie Tremble and Wesleyan perform in the recently begun 2023 stanza, you can do so via MaxPreps.

To date, the Orange has 17 verbal commitments in its 2024 class, a cycle that arrives just inside the top 50 around the country, per several recruiting Web sites. Tremble, according to multiple recruiting services, is the highest-rated pledge for Syracuse football so far in its 2024 cycle.

When I wrote this article, in the high-school senior recruiting class, 247Sports had Jamie Tremble at No. 236 nationally, No. 15 at tight end and No. 29 in Georgia. The industry-generated On3 Industry Ranking rated him at No. 298 overall, No. 20 at tight end and No. 35 in Georgia.

Over at On3, Tremble checked in at No. 300 nationwide, No. 20 at tight end and No. 35 in Georgia. The industry-generated 247Sports Composite, meanwhile, slotted him at No. 394 overall, No. 22 at tight end and No. 47 in Georgia.

It’s an understatement that Syracuse football fans, myself included, can’t wait to see Jamie Tremble suit up for the ‘Cuse in roughly a year.

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