Syracuse Basketball: Ranking the Biggest Recruiting Needs for 2014 Class

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Syracuse Basketball: Ranking the Biggest Recruiting Needs for 2014 Class
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Coach Jim Boeheim and former stud recruit Michael Carter-Williams

College basketball, unlike the NBA, relies on recruiting and not drafting to acquire new players. A coach's success in the living room will determine his success on the court.

Recruiting is about relationship building and taking time to get to know not only the player, but his family. It's a process that demands coaches look for the players they will need a few years down the line.

Syracuse's class of 2013 is set, and we'll discuss a possible change to that in a bit, so it's time to focus on the class of 2014.

What will the Orange's needs be in two years? Let's take a look and rank them by priority.

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