Goodine Lands Syracuse Offer
St. Andrew's School and BABC 2019 guard Brycen Goodine was offered a scholarship by Syracuse over the weekend after attending their Elite Camp on Saturday.
The Orange hosted a small number of prospects, which consisted primarily of underclassmen, for their annual August Elite Camp. Among the attendees were a handful of New England products including incoming Brewster Academy senior Buddy Boeheim, MacDuffie junior Ismael Massoud, and incoming Vermont Academy junior Tyler Bertram and sophomore Symir Torrence.
A very select few walked away with new offers including Goodine, ESPN 60 forward Kahlil Whitney, Church Farm (PA) and Team Final 2019 big man John Bol Ajak, and Roselle Catholic (NJ) and The Firm 2020 big man Clifford Omoruyi.
St. Andrew's head coach Mike Hart confirmed Goodine's offer on twitter late Saturday night.
Goodine established himself as one of the best 2019 prospects in New England within the last year but may still have been flying a little under the national radar for some reason. You can bet that won't remain the case for long as an offer from a program such as Syracuse is bound to open up the flood gates, and rightfully so as Goodine has shown himself to be an athletic guard with good size and a proven learning curve as he has consistently expanded his skill set throughout the course of his high school career to date.
Goodine also has a proven winning pedigree having won an MIAA state championship at Bishop Stang prior to arriving at St. Andrew's and then the AAU 10th grade Super Showcase this summer with BABC.