The Syracuse Orange are expected to watch class of 2019 four-star small forward Aundre Hyatt this weekend, according to Adam Zagoria.
Hyatt, a 6-foot-6 White Plains, N.Y. native, recently transferred to The Miller School in Virginia. He previously attended Archbishop Stepniac, which is the former school of 2017 four-star target Jordan Tucker.
Hyatt is described as a very good wing rebounder, but is someone who also has a natural ability to score in different ways. Whether it’s shooting from deep, driving to the basket or creating his own shot, he can do it all. He’s a versatile wing — and someone that would fit into Syracuse’s system extremely well.
He’s very athletic, and can handle the ball above at an average level for someone his size. He needs to work on his upper body strength, but he’s right where he needs to be as a sophomore in high school.
Hyatt has interest from Virginia Tech, Providence, USC, St. John’s, Seton Hall and Syracuse, among many others right now.
Check out some of his highlights below: