Syracuse basketball recruiting is among the best in the nation each and every cycle. The Orange will look to continue that trend in the 2017 class and have their sights set on an in-state prospect. White Plains (N.Y.) Stepinac wing Jordan Tucker added Syracuse to his offer list on Monday. ”When I was at White Plains High School, Coach McNamara came and saw me play,” Tucker said. “Then when I transferred, last week he came by and watched me play. He actually came to my school at Stepinac and saw me play twice within a week. He wanted to offer me then but he felt it would be more special if it came from Jim Boeheim.
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