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Name: Andre Cisco (+) Coming off 09/26/20 Knee INJ
College: Syracuse     Number: 7
Height: 6-0   Weight: 209
Position: FS  Pos2: SS/OLB
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2022

40 Low: 4.30
   40 Time: 4.37
  40 High: 4.45
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: (+) Coming off 09/26/20 Knee INJ...PNagurski/PThorpe/PLott/PBednarik...2019: 2ndC...P4thDS/PWCamp/P1stM/PThorpe/PBednarik/PLott...2nd team All-ACC, AP 2nd team All-ACC w/65 TT, 0.5 TFL, 5 INT/returned one for a TD, 5 PBU, FR, FF in 9 gms, missed 3 gms due to injury in '19. Wore #19 in '18. AP 3rd team All-American, Walter Camp 2nd team All-American, Sporting News 2nd team All-American, FWAA Freshman All-American, 247 Sports Freshman All-American, ACC DEF ROY, 1st team All-ACC, AP 1st team All-ACC w/60 TT, TFL, 7 INT, 11 PBU, FF in 13 gms in '18.

 Andre Cisco, Syracuse, Player News

  07/25/20 - FS Andre CiscoJr/2022, Syracuse, 6-0, 209 (DS#1 FS) + More +

  2020 PAYCOM JIM THORPE AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Andre Cisco, Syracuse,...Cisco is the active FBS leader with 12 career interceptions and he ranks second among current FBS players in passes defended per game (1.27). In 22 games, Cisco has 125 career tackles, 28 passes defended, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery to go along with his 12 picks. In 2019, Cisco tallied 68 tackles and tied for the ACC lead with five interceptions despite missing three games due to injury. He ranked fourth nationally in interceptions per game (0.6) and was an All-ACC Second Team selection. - Syracuse Football

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  07/25/20 - FS Andre CiscoJr/2022, Syracuse, 6-0, 209 (DS#1 FS) + More +

  2020 BRONKO NAGURSKI TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: DB Andre Cisco, Syracuse,...Cisco is now on the watch lists for four of college football's premier awards. He is also a preseason candidate for the Lott IMPACT Trophy (defensive player of the year), Bednarik Award (defensive player of the year) and Jim Thorpe Award (best defensive back). He is one of seven players nationally and the only from an ACC school to be considered for all four awards. The FBS leader with 12 career interceptions, Cisco ranks second among current FBS players in passes defended per game (1.27). In 22 games the past two seasons, Cisco has 125 career tackles, 28 passes defended, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery to go along with his 12 picks. - Syracuse Football

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  07/21/20 - FS Andre CiscoJr/2022, Syracuse, 6-0, 209 (DS#1 FS) + More +

  2020 LOTT IMPACT TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: ANDRE CISCO, Syracuse, S, 6-0, 203, Valley Stream, NY: Has 12 career interceptions in two seasons, most among active players; All-ACC last two years; All-American teams as a frosh; All-ACC Honor Roll. - Lott Impact Trophy

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  07/17/20 - FS Andre CiscoJr/2022, Syracuse, 6-0, 209 (DS#1 FS) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON BEDNARIK AWARD WATCH LIST: S Andre Cisco, Syracuse,...A preseason All-American, Cisco is one of 18 players from ACC schools on this year's watch list. He joins Virginia Tech cornerback Caleb Farley, Pittsburgh safety Paris Ford and Florida State safety Hamsah Nasirildeen as ACC defensive backs who are considered candidates for the award. Cisco is the active FBS leader with 12 career interceptions and he ranks second among current FBS players in passes defended per game (1.27). In 22 games, Cisco has 125 career tackles, 28 passes defended, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery to go along with his 12 picks. In 2019, Cisco tallied 68 tackles and tied for the ACC lead with five interceptions despite missing three games due to injury. He ranked fourth nationally in interceptions per game (0.6) and was an All-ACC Second Team selection. - Syracuse Football

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  05/07/20 - FS Andre CiscoJr/2022, Syracuse, 6-0, 209 (DS#1 FS) + More +

  As expected, the momentum from a 10-win season and a nationally televised primetime matchup against one of college football's premier programs proved to be a box office smash for the Syracuse football program last fall. The university drew an average attendance of 42,164 fans to the Carrier Dome in 2019, according to figures compiled by the NCAA. It's the highest mark since the 2002 season, when an average of 42,259 fans showed up for SU's six home games. Syracuse increased its average attendance by 5,121 fans from the prior season. Only seven programs saw a higher attendance jump in 2019.

The figures are buoyed by a crowd of 50,248 that showed up for the early season home game against Clemson, the program's first home sellout since Donovan McNabb was taking snaps in 1998. A record number of new season-ticket sales also strengthened attendance figures, even as the team's performance waned through a 5-7 record. Kansas led the country with an average attendance increase of 14,451 in Les Miles' first season. - The Post-Standard


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  03/07/20 - FS Andre CiscoJr/2022, Syracuse, 6-0, 209 (DS#1 FS) + More +

  One of the most productive defensive backs in the nation for the last two years, Cisco is already the FBS active leader in interceptions (12). He followed up an All-American freshman season by earning second-team All-ACC honors in 2019 despite missing three games due to injury. Cisco has excellent anticipation, partially a product of his strong preparation, as well as the ball skills to capitalize on the opportunities that provides. An IMG Academy product, Cisco has worked to bulk up since he jumped in as a Day 1 starter and that should help him out in run support this fall. - The Post-Standard

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  02/05/20 - FS Andre CiscoJr/2022, Syracuse, 6-0, 209 (DS#1 FS) + More +

  Tony White will be the new defensive coordinator at Syracuse. Orange coach Dino Babers declined to discuss the vacancy on his staff when asked during a signing day news conference on Wednesday, but Arizona State made the announcement on Tuesday night in a release naming Marvin Lewis and Antonio Pierce as co-defensive coordinators for 2020. The school said the two would "fill the role left by previous defensive coordinator Tony White, who assumed the same position at Syracuse University."

White confirmed on an Arizona radio show that he would take the Syracuse job. He said it was a “last-second decision” that would allow him to be closer to his mother, who lives in New York City. The position at Syracuse has been open since Zach Arnett accepted it in January and then changed his mind and took the same position at Mississippi State. Both Arnett and White were on Rocky Long's staff at San Diego State, which uses a 3-3-5 defensive scheme that Babers is ready to embrace as he begins his fifth season with the Orange. - AP College Football


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  01/16/20 - FS Andre CiscoJr/2022, Syracuse, 6-0, 209 (DS#1 FS) + More +

  Syracuse has hired Sterlin Gilbert as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. The university announced the hire on Thursday. Gilbert is a familiar face. He previously worked with Orange head coach Dino Babers for three seasons, serving in the same role at Eastern Illinois (2012-13) of the Championship Subdivision and at Bowling Green (2014) of the Mid-American Conference. "Coach Babers runs a first-class program. I'm excited to reunite with him," Gilbert, who was head coach at McNeese State last season, said in a statement. Gilbert takes over for Mike Lynch, who also was an assistant under Babers at Eastern Illinois and Bowling Green and followed him to Syracuse four years ago. There was no immediate word from the athletics department on Lynch, who served as offensive coordinator and running backs coach for four seasons, or Kirk Martin, quarterbacks coach the past two seasons. - AP College Football

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  11/16/19 - FS Andre CiscoJr/2022, Syracuse, 6-0, 209 (DS#1 FS) + More +

  Syracuse's quarterback stayed upright and its running backs ran free. The Orange's new-look defense kept its opponent out of the end zone. They only needed one win to avoid being 0-for-the-ACC - and did they ever get it. Syracuse routed Duke 49-6 on Saturday to snap a four-game losing streak, with Tommy DeVito throwing for two touchdowns and running for another. "It's just one game - that's all it is, one football game - but how important a football game it was to us was extreme based on things that have gone on the past two weeks," coach Dino Babers said.

Andre Cisco returned an interception 48 yards for a TD to help the Orange (4-6, 1-5 Atlantic Coast Conference) earn their first win against a power-conference team. Syracuse, a 10-point underdog, pulled away by turning three second-half takeaways into touchdowns and outscored Duke 35-0 after halftime. "I'm really excited that they have the experience of winning again," Babers said. Moe Neal rushed for 115 yards and a 2-yard score, Jarveon Howard also finished with 115 yards rushing with a 28-yard TD and the Orange had a season-best 286 yards on the ground. Syracuse had only one 100-yard rusher in its first nine games, with Neal gaining 123 in the victory over Western Michigan on Sept. 21. - Syracuse/AP College Football


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  11/04/19 - FS Andre CiscoJr/2022, Syracuse, 6-0, 209 (DS#1 FS) + More +

  Syracuse coach Dino Babers has fired defensive coordinator and linebackers coach Brian Ward, effective immediately. Babers says in a release Sunday from the university that he felt "a change needed to be made at this time." Defensive ends coach Steve Stanard has been promoted to defensive coordinator on an interim basis. The move came a day after the Syracuse defense allowed a school-record 496 yards rushing in a humiliating 58-27 home loss to Boston College, which set a school record of its own with 691 yards offensively.

BC tailbacks AJ Dillon and David Bailey combined to rush for 414 yards and five touchdowns and quarterback Dennis Grosel had three scoring passes in only 10 throws. Stanard, who joined the Syracuse staff in 2017, has spent 20 seasons as a defensive coordinator, most recently at Wyoming where he served as the Cowboys' defensive coordinator and linebackers coach from 2014-16. He's also worked as the defensive coordinator at five other schools. The Orange (3-6, 0-5 Atlantic Coast Conference), who are in a bye week, are the only team in the conference without a league win. - AP College Football


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