Recruiting Roundup: Quade Green ‘probably’ will take unofficial visit to Syracuse

Syracuse still has work to do to secure an NCAA bid

Congratulations to the Syracuse men’s rowing team for winning the Packard Cup for the first time since 2012 on Sunday! On to today’s recruiting links…

2017 guard Quade Green will ‘probably’ take an unofficial visit to Syracuse and Xavier, and is also planning an official visit to Louisville, writes the Courier-Journal’s Jeff Greer. Among the schools that have extended offers include Arizona, Louisville, Michigan State, St. Joseph’s, Syracuse, Temple and Villanova.

Green’s high school teammate, Dhamir-Cosby Roundtree, announced his commitment to Villanova, writes’s very own, Adam Zagoria. The big man averaged 14.4 points, 11.3 rebounds, and 4.1 blocks in his junior season.

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Albany Academy (NY) wing Hameir Wright shined at the Nike EYBL, writes’s Brian Snow. Wright recently picked up an offer from Syracuse, and is hearing from Villanova, Maryland and Virginia, among others.

Syracuse landed an commitment from ‘premium’ preferred walk-on quarterback Mo Hasan, he announced on Twitter. He is rated three stars by 247 Sports, and was high school teammates with fellow 2016 commits Kenneth Ruff and McKinley Williams.

2018 wide receiver Jeremy Ruckert from New York received an offer from Syracuse, he tweeted on Friday.  He holds interest from Rutgers and Penn State and already holds an offer from Boston College, according to Scout.

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