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Syracuse Basketball Recruiting: Local 2018 guard visiting for Georgetown game

Class of 2018 guard Mike Adams-Woods will visit Syracuse on Saturday for its rivalry game against Georgetown.

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Class of 2018 point guard Mika Adams-Woods of Bishop Ludden HS (Syracuse, N.Y.) will visit campus tomorrow for the SU-Georgetown game, he confirmed to TNIAAM. Mike McAllister of CuseNation.com first reported the news on Twitter.

Adams-Woods has offers from Canisius, East Carolina, George Washington, Georgia Tech and St. Bonaventure. He has interest from Butler, Eastern Kentucky, Indiana, Oregon, SMU, Stanford, Syracuse, Vermont and Virginia, according to 247Sports.

Mika recently took an unofficial visit to Syracuse in August for its annual Elite camp. He called the event a great experience.

“Coach Hop and I have a great relationship,” Mika said. “I would definietly put Syracuse in my top 5 if they offered. So we’ll just have to wait and see what happens.”

Adams-Woods told TNIAAM that he plans on going to prep school next season, although where is still to be determined. When he transfers to a prep school, Mika will officially reclassify to 2019.

He says the decision will help him with his recruitment, his development as a player and hopefully land him closer to getting an offer from the Orange.

As of right now, five-star big man Isaiah Stewart of McQuaid Jesuit (Rochester, N.Y.) is the only class of 2019 prospect to hold an offer from the SU coaching staff.