Syracuse added the second player to the Class who arrived in 2019 on Tuesday. John Bol Ajak dedicated to Syracuse, according to Prep Circuit. Ajak placed Instagram on him in Orange's jumper, announcing his commitments to the SU.
The six 20 pounds are from Paoli, Pennsylvania, and attended the Church Farm School before moving to Westmeath Town School for the forthcoming senior year.
Ajak is rated as a three star recruit, according to 247 Sports. Yes No. 371 ranked in the nation, and replaced No. 61. With Paschal Chukwu taking a step after the 2018-19 season, the Orange will have minutes to fill the venue.
It confirms that Class 2019 is secured by Goodine's Bryrac in Syracuse. He said in the summer that he stayed in close contact with Syracuse assistant assistant Adrian Autry.
Ajak said back on July 12 that Autry was checking him regularly after the thing he called “bad spring.” SU commander coach Jim Boeheim also contacted Ajak in the summer.
“They are really honest with me,” said Ajak in July. “They told me that they will continue to be aggressive, that they will finish off and be a good collaborator.”
Ajak AAU basketball played for the Staff Final during the summer, where her play improved. He then said Syracuse was close to the top of his list.
“Syracuse is an awesome school,” said Ajak in July. “I love everything about it, the coaches, the style of play.”
Ajak unveiled an unofficial visit to Syracuse last year, and then visited the campus last weekend. Division I was multi-Ajak, including a great sum from George Washington and St. Joseph.
Published on October 2, 2018 at 3:33 pm
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