Mike McAllister of CuseNation.com reported on Monday that Class of 2017 four-star prospect Jordan Tucker will unofficially visit Georgia Tech on Wednesday.
A decision, McAllister reports, is expected shortly after the visit.
Decision expected shortly thereafter https://t.co/SBLT1l2zjt— Mike McAllister (@McAllisterScout) May 1, 2017
Tucker took an official visit to Syracuse back on April 7-9. The visit, as they normally do, went very well.
Tucker is a 6-foot-8 scoring wing that could play big minutes for the Orange next season. He would compete with Matt Moyer and Oshae Brissett for minutes at small forward.
His decision is expected to be between Georgia Tech and Syracuse, although he hasn’t officially eliminated Oregon from his recruitment yet.
Back in December, Tucker eliminated Syracuse from his recruitment and was down to Indiana and Villanova. Oregon and Georgia Tech then began to show interest. SU got back involved when Jim Boeheim and Gerry McNamara took a trip down to Florida to pitch him the program one more time.
Syracuse still has three available scholarships for next season.