Chris McCullough commits to Syracuse

Chris McCullough announced on Monday afternoon that he will be attending Syracuse University.

“Cuse Babbbbbyyyy!” McCullough said on Twitter.

The 6-foor-10, 220 pound forward from Brewster Academy in Woleboro, N.H. was rated five stars from and is the No. 13 player in the class of 2014.

McCullough picked Syracuse after being pursued by St. John’s, Louisville, West Virginia and Rutgers. His commitment came two days after teammate Ron Patterson (class of 2013) committed to the Orange.

McCullough was previously impressed with the commitment that Syracuse had showed him.

“That’s one school that came to visit me about five times this year for workouts and they keep in touch with a call or text about once a week,” McCullough said to

Could this open the door for another five star recruit, Isaiah Whitehead, to be next?

“We talk about maybe playing together at Syracuse all the time,” Whitehead said in October.

» Read more of SNY’s coverage of McCullough’s commitment

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