Originally posted on Orange Fizz  |  Last updated 10/13/11
The Orange is in hot pursuit of the nation’s top-ranked 2013 center Nerlens Noel, and a source has informed The Fizz the junior from Tilton, New Hampshire will visit campus this weekend and attend Midnight Madness. Syracuse has had its issues cementing this year’s ‘12 class, is it too early to look ahead more than a year from now? Not for this coaching staff. Recruiting never sleeps and the efforts in building relationships always overlaps between classes. If you plan on heading to the Carrier Dome tomorrow night, the 6-foot-10, 205 pounder won’t be very hard to spot, and not just because of his height. There was once a time when Noel would have faced much heavier competition in this department, but by modern day standards, he sports an unbeatable hi-top fade. He might not be a natural 7-footer just yet, but his hair easily vaults him over that plateau (if that counts for anything). Oh right, his basketball skills. The reason he’s the best class of 2013 center is a refreshing one. N...
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