"I'm excited. I'm really excited," Gbinije said. "I'm interested in seeing what's going to happen. But overall, I think we're going to have a very good team. I think we're going to make a deeper run in both the ACC and the NCAAs."
"He has got the size and the knowledge and the ability to be a professional point guard," Boeheim said on the podcast. "I think people will see that. I think they saw it during the year and I think they'll see that when they see him one-on-one. He's smart. He's mature beyond his years. He had almost a 4-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio here. He's really ready and able, I think, to run an NBA team."
"He's going to work out for Milwaukee and Charlotte next week,'' Torrel Harris said. "And he's got a workout in June with the (San Antonio) Spurs.''
The biggest question heading towards the draft for Ennis is where he could be picked. Many have him inside the top-ten, while many have him projected outside of the lottery picks. The Lakers and Bulls seem to be the best fits for Ennis, but somebody could be looking to trade up to snatch the young point guard before others can get to him.
Now that CJ Fair, Tyler Ennis and Jerami Grant have all moved on to professional ranks, who do you think will lead the team in scoring next year?
Hopkins’ name seems to be appearing anytime there is a coaching vacancy in college basketball. Just like how Duke’s former longtime assistant coach Steve Wojciechowski took the head coaching job at Marquette, it is only a matter of time until Hopkins leaves—unless Boeheim at least sets a timeframe for a coaching transition.
"Overall I was very impressed with the school and what it has to offer," Parkinson wrote. "I had only been there once before and it was for a Cuse basketball game. This was much different. The program overall was awesome, the facilities, the staff and the Dome."
Eight of the Orange's 12 opponents played in a bowl game last year. Three of those opponents (Florida State, Clemson, Duke) played in what will become College Football Playoff bowls. And Central Michigan finished bowl eligible at 6-6.
A look at Friday's NCAA semifinals, including a breakdown of Syracuse's meeting with Virginia.
A leader for the Orange on and off the field, senior captain Billy Ward was named to the 2014 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Scholar All-America Team on Tuesday, May 20. Ward is the fifth player in school history to receive the honor and fourth in the last seven years.
Three members of the Syracuse women's lacrosse team have been recognized by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) for their outstanding performance this season. Senior Alyssa Murray and sophomore Kayla Treanor have been named to the IWLCA All-America First Team, while senior Kasey Mock earned a spot on the All-America Second Team.