Recruiting Roundup: Elite 2017 prospect Hamidou Diallo to visit Syracuse

Syracuse missed an on-the-court senior like Cooney this season

Congratulations to former Syracuse star Chris McCullough, who made his NBA debut with the Brooklyn Nets last night after being away from action for 13 months. On to today’s recruiting links…

Hamidou Diallo’s high school coach tells’s Mike Waters that the elite 2017 prospect will take an unofficial visit to Syracuse. He is the No. 15 prospect in’s class, and holds offers from UConn, St. John’s and Maryland, among others.

Another elite guard in the 2017 class, Trevon Duval, sits down with Nate Bucsko from for an interview. They talk about hoops, hobbies and standing out. Duval holds an offer from Syracuse, among many, many others.

» Related: Syracuse extends offer to Donovan Jeter

Switching to football,’s Mike McAllister reports that local product, 2017 CBA wide receiver Noah Jordan-Williams, will take a visit to Syracuse later this month. Jordan-Williams received an offer when Scott Shafer was the head coach, and he also holds an offer from Buffalo.

2017 Palm Beach Gardens (Fla.) corner back Cedrick Dwyer has received offers from Wisconsin, Syracuse and Florida Atlantic, according to’s Corey Bender. “What I like about ‘Cuse is their coach’s (Nick Monroe) swagger. That’s the swag daddy right there,” Dort said.

Bender also reports on 2017 Miramar (Fla.) defensive end Owen Carney. Duke and Kansas State have the early lead for his services, and Syracuse, Wake Forest, and Kentucky are among the other schools to extend offers.

We end today on a sad note with Terrel Hunt, whose quest for a sixth season of eligibility was again turned down by the NCAA. Best of luck to you on your future endeavors.

For more Syracuse coverage, Like our Facebook page and follow us @TheJuiceOnline.

Syracuse basketball's defense has been better than advertised
Orange Watch: Syracuse Carrier Dome visitors wish list: Alabama football, Kansas basketball

The Juice Online Discussion Forum

Wes Cheng
About Wes Cheng 2275 Articles
Wes has worked for covering the New York Knicks, as well as for covering Syracuse athletics. Wes has also worked for the South China Morning Post (Hong Kong) and reported on the NBA and MLB for the New York Sportscene. A native of Long Island, New York, Wes graduated from Syracuse University in 2005. Follow him on Twitter @ChengWes.