Syracuse, N.Y. — One of the top performers at Syracuse football’s camp on Sunday locked in a verbal commitment before leaving.

Anthony Queeley, a Class of 2018 wide receiver from Lake Nona (Orlando, Fla.) High School, pledged to the Orange, his high school announced.

Congrats to #LIONfootball and Anthony Queeley with his Commitment to Syracuse. #BeTheTradition #DoWhatWeDohttps://t.co/jrdYipx2uD

— Lake_Nona_Football (@LNHS_LION_FB) June 18, 2017

The 6-foot-3, 195-pound Queeley is rated three stars by Scout.com and Rivals.com. He caught 76 passes for 1,063 yards last season, according to his Hudl.com highlights. He also holds offers from Duke, Minnesota, Rutgers and Central Florida, among others.

Queeley becomes the ninth member of Syracuse’s Class of 2018 and second receiver, joining Cooper Lutz. All verbal commitments are non-binding until the player signs a national letter of intent.

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