Brewster Guard Pops for Syracuse

New England Recruiting Report | Friday, November 2nd, 2012

Brewster Guard Pops for Syracuse

One of the best remaining prospects in New England’s class of 2013 is now off the board as Brewster Academy guard Ron Patterson made a verbal commitment to Syracuse on Saturday while on their campus for an official visit.  

Patterson, who was previously committed to Indiana in the class of 2012, had also seen recruitment from the likes of Xavier, SMU, Providence, Villanova, Kansas State, and Florida State among others since arriving in Wolfeboro.  

He’s the fourth member of this year’s Brewster Academy team to commit to a division I school joining Elijah Macon (West Virginia), Kyle Washington (N.C. State), and John Edwards (New Hampshire).  

Patterson is also the fourth player to commit to Syracuse in their 2013 recruiting class joining point guard Tyler Ennis, swingman B.J. Johnson, and big man Chinonso Obokoh.  

A six-foot-three guard with a chiseled frame and high level athleticism, Patterson fits Syracuse’s backcourt prototype as a physically gifted athlete with good size.  More than just an athlete though, Patterson is also capable of making tough shots, and making them in bunches, from the perimeter.