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Syracuse Basketball Lands Three In Rivals' Final 2013 Rankings

Check out Rivals' updated and final 2013 rankings to see where some future Syracuse Orange ended up.

Andy Lyons

We like to say that polls and rankings should be taken with a grain of salt. And by comparison, recruit rankings should be taken with a massive pillar of salt.

Case in point, Trevor Cooney was ranked higher than Trey Burke and Russ Smith in their recruiting class two years ago.

That said, you can still check out Rivals' updated and final 2013 rankings to see where some future Syracuse Orange ended up.

Expectations are already through the roof for Tyler Ennis and that won't change thanks to his five-star, No. 22 overall ranking. He's also the No. 4 overall point guard.

The Other Tyler, Tyler Roberson, lands at No. 39 overall with a four-star rating. He's also No. 10 amongst power forwards.

Finally, B.J. Johnson comes in at No. 136 overall and a three-star rating. B.J. is No. 24 in terms of small forwards.

Syracuse's other two 2013 recruits, PF Chinoso Obokoh and SG Ron Patterson, are three-star rated. Patterson was in the Top 150 last year when he originally committed to, and got screwed over by, Tom Crean and Indiana.

FYI, Syracuse has the ninth-best recruiting class in the nation and the No. 1 recruiting class in the ACC (No. 10 UNC and No. 12 Duke).

We're doing very well.