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first_imgSyracuse tight end Trey Dunkelberger will transfer from the Orange, per multiple reports. JUCO Frenzy first reported the news on Twitter. Syracuse.com reported Dunkelberger will transfer after graduating in the winter.He hasn’t appeared in a game this year.Dunkelberger transferred to Syracuse after playing his 2014 freshman season at Pierce College. He played in one game under Scott Shafer’s staff in 2015. Then when Dino Babers arrived, Dunkelberger switched over to defensive end for spring practice. He moved back to tight end during training camp and is currently listed as a tight end.With Dunkelberger’s departure, the Orange is currently thin at tight end looking ahead to next year. Kyle Kleinberg, a sophomore, is the only one in the position group who is set to return. Kendall Moore, Josh Parris and Cameron MacPherson are all on their final seasons of eligibility. Kleinberg came to Syracuse as a preferred walk-on linebacker. He made the switch to tight end this summer.Tyler Provo exited last spring’s practices as the fourth-string tight end but was medically disqualified. Former five-star tight end Chris Clark was going to transfer from UCLA to Syracuse, he said in October 2015, but Scott Shafer pulled his scholarship offer.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 20, 2016 at 6:31 pm Contact Jon: [email protected] | @jmettuslast_img read more

first_imgMORE: Hockey Canada looking to improve following Bill Peters scandalIn his return to the lineup, Hughes will center a line with Miles Wood and Wayne Simmonds NHL.com’s Dan Rosen.The 2019 first-overall pick has four goals and 11 points, as well as a plus/minus rating of minus-8 in 24 games with the Devils this season. New Jersey Devils forward Jack Hughes will return to the lineup against the Chicago Blackhawks on Monday after having been listed as day to day with a lower-body injury.Hughes injured himself blocking a shot in the team’s 6-4 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Nov. 28, missing the following three games against the New York Rangers, Buffalo Sabres and Vegas Golden Knights. New Jersey fell in each decision.last_img read more