Syracuse Basketball: Best and Worst Case Scenarios for 2013 Recruits Next Year

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Syracuse Basketball: Best and Worst Case Scenarios for 2013 Recruits Next Year
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Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim just keeps rebuilding the program year after year with top recruiting classes. That is no different for 2013. The Orange's new class is ranked sixth by ESPN. While there are five new recruits heading to Syracuse next season, not all of them will see time with the Orange right away.

Two of the five recruits, Tyler Ennis and Tyler Roberson, are ranked in the ESPN top 100.

The 2012 Orange have just one senior starter, guard Brandon Triche. James Southerland, who leads the Orange off the bench, is also in his final collegiate season. Two starters, Michael Carter-Williams and C.J. Fair, could both declare early for the NBA draft.

Depending on the roster turnover that happens at Syracuse, more of the 2013 recruits could see increased minutes in their freshman year.

Let's take a look at the best and worst case scenarios for the crop of incoming freshmen at Syracuse.

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