Syracuse Basketball: 5-star recruits put on a show at All-American Camp

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Multiple Syracuse basketball four-star and five-star recruiting targets have put on a show in registering some big-time numbers at a prestigious event in Las Vegas, according to a national media outlet.

As we detailed earlier this week, various Orange prospects in the 2023 and 2024 classes have participated in the recently held Pangos All-American Camp at Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas.

This well-respected camp gives high-school players an opportunity to demonstrate their skill-sets amid a lot of media attention, and numerous prospects who have competed in this event have gone on to star in the NBA.

Invitees are participating in different activities, including games. We’re going to take a look here at how some ‘Cuse recruits have fared in battles at the Pangos All-American Camp.

Syracuse basketball recruiting targets are shining out in Las Vegas.

The wonderful Circuit staff has compiled a list of top performers at this camp in an article published on Below, we are highlighting five top-flight prospects who hold Syracuse basketball scholarship offers.

Robert Wright III
The 6-foot-1 Wright, a four-star point guard in the 2024 cycle, was offered by the Orange in March and is a priority target for the ‘Cuse in this class.

He is out of Neumann-Goretti High School in Philadelphia as well as the Philadelphia-based Team Final in Nike’s EYBL league.

Game 1: 20 points and three rebounds
Game 2: 20 points and two rebounds
Game 3: 13 points and three rebounds

Donnie Freeman
The 6-foot-9 power forward, a five-star player in the 2024 class, received an Orange offer this past August at the team’s annual Elite Camp.

Freeman has said he would like to take an official visit to the Hill down the road. He attends St. John’s College High School in Washington, D.C., and suits up for the Washington-based Team Takeover in Nike’s EYBL league.

Game 1: 16 points and six rebounds
Game 2: 10 points and two rebounds

Ian Jackson
The 6-foot-6 Jackson is a five-star guard in the 2024 class who is ranked No. 2 nationally by some recruiting services. Syracuse basketball coaches offered him in April, and he has said in at least two interviews that the ‘Cuse is heavily involved in his recruitment.

Jackson is a New York City product, going to Cardinal Hayes High School in the Bronx, N.Y., and playing for the Bronx, N.Y.-based Wiz Kids in the Adidas league.

Game 1: 22 points, two rebounds and two assists
Game 2: 19 points, five rebounds and two assists

Elliot Cadeau
The 6-foot-1 Cadeau, offered by Syracuse basketball last November, is a five-star player and ranked the No. 1 point guard in the 2024 cycle by several recruiting services.

Multiple reports of late have suggested that the Orange is among the teams recruiting him the hardest. He is out of Bergen Catholic High School in Oradell, N.J., and the New York City-based New Heights Lightning in Nike’s EYBL league.

Game 1: 14 points, eight rebounds and 10 assists
Game 2: 19 points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals
Game 3: 22 points, two rebounds and two assists

Kaden Cooper
The 6-foot-6 guard/small forward, a fast-rising prospect in the 2023 cycle who recently made a huge leap in the national rankings, landed a ‘Cuse offer at the end of April.

The four-star Cooper, whose offer list is blowing up, attends The Skill Factory in Atlanta and runs with the Oklahoma-based Team Trae Young in the Adidas league.

Game 1: 13 points, seven rebounds, two assists and two steals
Game 2: 11 points and three rebounds

Next. Look for Syracuse basketball to ramp up recruitment of these 5-star targets. dark