Syracuse football’s jack-of-all-trades is returning for one more year with the Orange.
Chris Elmore, a senior from Chicago who’s played a number of different positions under head coach Dino Babers, announced his decision to come back to Syracuse on Thursday.
He pushed out his message through his Twitter account.
Only right I bring the new year in right. UNFINISHED BUSINESS. pic.twitter.com/iOsaa47Yem
— J5️⃣_Elmore (@ChrisElmore36) December 31, 2020
Elmore is listed as a fullback, but has also played tight end, offensive tackle, defensive tackle and kick returner.
Babers pointed out Elmore as the MVP of the 2020 season for his ability and unselfishness to move to offensive line.
In the midst of one of the worst seasons in Syracuse University’s historic football history, Elmore served as a bright spot while playing out-of-position while also excelling at it as well.
The addition of Elmore to next year’s Syracuse team headlines a group of seniors who have also decided to return, including Airon Servais, Josh Black and Kingsley Jonathan.