Syracuse makes cut for 2017 star Michael Porter Jr. — Cuse Clicks

Michael Porter Jr. is the No. 2 player in the class of 2017, according to Rivals, so it should come as no surprise that he’s as highly-sought after as any player in the country. On Sunday night, during the Game 5 of the NBA Finals, Porter tweeted out that he had cut his college list, something that is fairly common in this day and age. The difference with Porter? He cut his list to 17 schools.

» Top five prospect Michael Porter Jr. cuts his list to … 17?

Kentucky and Missouri are the latest schools to offer 6-foot-11 2017 Mohamed Bamba. Bamba, who has a 7-foot-8 wingspan and a 9-foot-5 standing reach according to Evan Daniels of Scout, also holds offers from St. John’s, Indiana, Kansas, Syracuse, Arizona, UConn, Texas, Villanova, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Penn State, Temple, Seton Hall, James Madison and Yale.

» Kentucky, Mizzou Latest to Offer Harlem Native Mohamed Bamba

The U.S. almost certainly will field the youngest team it ever has for the U-19 Worlds in Greece starting June 27. This might be a bit disconcerting for the tournament in question, but an American basketball future that includes Harry Giles, Jayson Tatum, Josh Jackson and Terrance Ferguson is very exciting indeed. Giles is a 6-10 forward who may be the brightest prospect in American basketball in nearly a decade given his extraordinary command of the game, exceptional athleticism and desire to compete.

» High schoolers Giles, Jackson give hope for USA Basketball’s immediate future and beyond

It’s been a busy last 10 days for St. Peter’s Prep wide receiver Kolton Huber. On Saturday, June 7, the senior tripped to Boston College to participate in a team camp. While in Boston, he also had the chance to check out the campus. Huber, who currently holds offers from Syracuse, Kansas, UConn and Buffalo, is still waiting on Boston College to pull the trigger and give him a scholarship.

» St. Peter’s Prep’s Kolton Huber recaps Boston College visit, will camp at Stanford on Tuesday

Indiana and N.C. State are the latest schools to offer 2017 combo guard Hamidou Diallo of the New York Jayhawks and Woodstock (Conn.) Academy, coach Jay David told Once schools who reached out to the the 6-foot-5 guard on June 15 included: St. John’s, Seton Hall, Maryland, Minnesota, Louisville, UConn, Providence, Miami, Maryland and LSU.

N.C. State, Indiana Latest to Offer 2017 Guard Hamidou Diallo

Syracuse landed their second commitment in less than 24 hours on Saturday when Tampa (Fla.) Plant defensive back Scoop Bradshaw pulled the trigger. spoke with Florida Recruiting Analyst Corey Bradshaw to find out what the Orange is getting.

» Corey Bender breaks down what Syracuse is getting in defensive back Scoop Bradshaw

Palmyra class of 2016 standout Kelvin Harmon is now up to 11 offers, with the South Carolina Gamecocks sending a scholarship his way on Friday night. The 6-3, 190-pounders holds offers from South Carolina, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Syracuse, Rutgers and six others.

» Palmyra wide receiver Kelvin Harmon picks up South Carolina offer

Shepherd Hill (Mass.) High School junior tight end Sean McKeon committed to Michigan during his visit, picking the Wolverines over a list of suitors he previously narrowed to Syracuse, Boston College, Pittsburgh and Virginia. He recently picked up a 19th scholarship offer, this one coming from Virginia Tech.

» Three-star TE Sean McKeon commits to Michigan during camp visit

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Wes has worked for covering the New York Knicks, as well as for covering Syracuse athletics. Wes has also been a contributing writer for the South China Morning Post (Hong Kong), for SportsNet New York (SNY) as a news desk writer covering all of New York professional sports, 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 with a degree in journalism. Contact him at wes[at]