Syracuse receives it's first verbal from one of the best forwards in the 2014 class.
After already securing three commitments for next year’s freshman class, the Syracuse Orange have added even more potential star power in the form of an athletic guard who was once headed to the top-ranked team in the country.
So what made the guy considered the best power-forward in the class chose Cuse? That familiar sense of home and family that we hear so many recruits talk about.
Tyler Roberson, a men's basketball recruiting target of the Syracuse Orange and Rutgers Scarlet Knights, recently announced his final list of three schools. Roberson, a native of Roselle, NJ, eliminated Rutgers but kept Syracuse.
This is the 2nd edition of the NunesMagician.com Syracuse basketball mailbag. Over the course of the 2012-13 Syracuse Orange hoops season I will attempt to answer your questions about this year’s team, its opponents, or SU basketball in general.
Three incoming Syracuse basketball recruits, B.J. Johnson, Tyler Roberson and Ron Patterson, played together Sunday in the Mary Kline Classic in Philadelphia. Despite being on the losing end, the trio were able to meet each other for the first time.
We know you're a Syracuse basketball recruiting junkie and think, nowadays, every recruit is considering coming to play for James Arthur Boeheim. But, this year's top recruit, Andrew Wiggins, is not.
Check out Rivals' updated and final 2013 rankings to see where some future Syracuse Orange ended up.
Syracuse's incoming recruiting class is ranked No. 10 by ESPN Hoopgurlz. I caught up with SU's recruiting coordinator Kelley Gibson to find out how the team has been able to bring in top talent and learn about the incoming players.