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Syracuse Basketball: Orange Will be Represented at CIABounce's Exposure Camp

The Canadian AAU travel team will hold an NCAA certified event, and Syracuse will be there recruiting.

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The Syracuse Orange will be attending CIABounce's "The Classic Exposure Camp." The camp serves as an event for players to showcase their skills in front of college coaches. The best part about it is that it is an NCAA-approved event for college coaches to attend. Other schools that will be attending include Oregon, Washington State, and something called "Georgetown."

CIABounce is an AAU team in Canada that has produced the likes of Tyler Ennis, Andrew Wiggins, Anthony Bennett, and Jamal Murray, among others. According to this rosterSimi Shittu and Howard Washington are both currently on CIABounce and hold offers from Syracuse.

Shittu is a power forward in the class of 2018 who attends Monteverde Academy in Florida, but is a Canadian citizen. Shittu averaged 17.3 points per game to go along with 6.5 rebounds per game in CIABounce's tournament in late April.

Washington is a point guard in the class of 2017 from Niagara Falls, N.Y. He attends Athlete Institute Basketball Academy in Canada. Washington was originally committed to Butler, but recently decommitted. Quade Green appears to be the Orange's top point guard target in the class of 2017, if Green chooses elsewhere the Orange may begin to recruit Washington more heavily.

Registration for the camp begins June 1 and the camp runs from July 22-24.

Syracuse has had good success tapping into Canadian talent in the past as former players such as Tyler Ennis, Kris Joseph, and Leo Rautins are from Canada.