Jordan Tucker, the 6-7 wing from White Plains (N.Y.) Archbishop Stepinac, picked up an offer from Syracuse and will visit for their Midnight Madness Oct. 17. “‘[It felt] really good,” he said. “That was my biggest offer. I worked really hard for that offer, tried to impress not only Gerry McNamara but coach Jim Boeheim. He felt that I could fit into the Syracuse system.” Tucker said he grew up a Duke fan, but hasn’t yet heard from the Blue Devils, though.
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