SYRACUSE, NY - NOVEMBER 19: Mike Hopkins, assistant coach of the Syracuse orange yells from the sideline during the game against the Colgate Raiders at the Carrier Dome on November 19, 2011 in Syracuse, New York. (Photo by Nate Shron/Getty Images)
And before we even talk about them, please, for the love of God, let them do what they're here to do and let Coach Hop do what he's here to do. If I ever find out Charles Robinson is within 100 miles of Syracuse and it's your fault, they will never, ever find your body. Never.
Future Syracuse Orange star Tyler Ennis and a whole host of potential future Syracuse basketball players are participating in The Syracuse Elite camp, run by SU assistant coach Mike Hopkins (via Donna Ditota).
The camp started today at 9 a.m. and runs through 5 p.m. at the Melo Center. No, the camp is not open to the public, so don't ask. As for who's there besides Ennis, the list includes...
Thomas Bryant, the No. 1 ranked power forward in the Class of 2015, according to Scout.
B.J. Johnson, a three-star guy in the Class of 2013 from Lower Merion (Kobe Bryant's school).
Chris McCullough,a Top 20 guy in the Class of 2014 who has previous discussed the possibility of attending SU alongside Jermaine Lawrence and Isaiah Whitehead.
Sterling Taplin,a three-star guard in the Class of 2014.
Isaiah Whitehead, whom you might remember as the guy who initially dismissed SU after the Bernie Fine stuff only to return to the fold just as quickly. The Orange are considered one of the favorites for his services.
Isaiah Briscoe, Tyler Ennis' teammate at St. Benedict's Prep, though he may be too injured to play.