Goodine Makes Early Pledge
St. Andrew's School and BABC junior guard Brycen Goodine made an early verbal commitment to Syracuse University on Wednesday night.
The commitment comes just over two weeks after he landed his Syracuse offer following their Elite Camp in last August.
Orange head coach Jim Boeheim was on St. Andrew's Barrington, Rhode Island campus on Wednesday to see Goodine.
Goodine began his high school career at Bishop Stang High School in Massachusetts where he won an MIAA state championship before transferring to St. Andrew's for the 16-17 season. He's starred for BABC throughout his grassroots career to date, leading their u16 team last year and also being called up to the EYBL team mid-way through the spring.
A long and athletic guard, Goodine has also dramatically improved his skill set in his few short years at the high school level and is undoubtedly still just scratching the surface of his potential.
His commitment shares many similarities to that of Michael Carter-Williams' back in 2009 as both guards were BABC products who pledged to Syracuse early in their junior year at St. Andrew's.
Below are some recent highlights of Goodine care of Hoop Major.