Another of the handful of transferring Syracuse Orange football players has found a new college football home.
On his private Instagram account Tuesday, Anthony Giudice announced that he will be continuing his playing career at Fordham. Because the Rams play at the FCS level, the defensive tackle will be permitted to play immediately in 2017.
— Stephen Bailey (@Stephen_Bailey1) December 20, 2016
Giudice played in 14 games the past two seasons, including six in 2016. He has two years of eligibility remaining.
As noted by the Syracuse Post-Standard, Giudice is one of nine Orange players with remaining eligibility who have left the team this offseason.
Quarterback Austin White confirmed over this past weekend that he would be transferring to Coastal Carolina, while tight end Trey Dunkelberger was the first to leave and ultimately landed at Western Illinois. This week, linebacker Alryk Perry announced that he has transferred to Div. II Valdosta State.
In the last three weeks, defensive backs Chauncey Scissum (HERE) and Corey Winfield (HERE) have announced their decisions to transfer. Offensive lineman Jon Burton, defensive tackle Tyler Cross, wide receiver Kenterius Womack have also left the program recently.