Syracuse Basketball: 6-foot-5 guard who visited ‘Cuse joins Overtime Elite

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Parker Robinson, who took an unofficial visit to Syracuse basketball in late August to compete in the team’s annual Elite Camp, has signed on with the Atlanta-based professional league Overtime Elite for his sophomore year, according to social media posts and Overtime Elite’s Web site.

Per reports, the 6-foot-5 combo guard in the 2026 class, who has been playing high-school and AAU ball for Maryland programs, was one of numerous 2025 and 2026 prospects who played in the ‘Cuse Elite Camp toward the end of August.

Following the camp, Syracuse basketball coaches offered scholarships to at least six participants, and reports suggest the Orange is showing interest in Robinson, who this spring and summer suited up for the 15U group of the Baltimore-based Team Melo in Nike’s EYBL league.

As a freshman, Robinson played for Good Counsel High School in Olney, Md. His teammate there in the 2022-23 season was 2026 three-star point guard Neiko Mundey, who also was at the Orange Elite Camp and holds a ‘Cuse offer.

In the upcoming 2023-24 campaign, as Robinson is with Overtime Elite, Mundey will be a sophomore at the Shabach Christian Academy in Landover, Md. Mundey was recently installed as a top-60 national prospect in the 2026 cycle, per 247Sports.

Parker Robinson, who has interest from Syracuse basketball, has moved to Overtime Elite for his sophomore stanza.

In 2023-24, Robinson will play for Overtime Elite’s City Reapers team, according to the league’s Web site. Per his X page and recruiting services, his early offer sheet includes squads such as Towson, East Carolina and Old Dominion.

This past July, as the EYBL held its Peach Jam tournament in North Augusta, S.C., Robinson was a standout performer at this annual event, averaging 17.3 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.5 assists per contest.

One of his Team Melo colleagues in the 15U division during the most recent AAU circuit was 2026 five-star wing Adam Oumiddoch. The 6-foot-6 Oumiddoch spent his freshman year at Bishop O’Connell High School in Arlington, Va., but has transferred for his sophomore term to Overtime Elite.

Oumiddoch, who in 2023-24 is playing for the Cold Hearts in Overtime Elite, said in a late July interview with scouting service Pro Insight that Syracuse basketball is on his radar.

In the upcoming stanza, there are other Orange recruiting connections to Overtime Elite. Tyler Jackson, a 2025 five-star point guard from Baltimore who was offered by the ‘Cuse in late April, is suiting up as a junior for Overtime Elite’s RWE team.

The 6-foot-3 Jackson, who is likely to visit Syracuse basketball in the near future, won a 16U championship in early July with the Baltimore-based Team Thrill in the Under Armour Association league (“UAA”).

Additionally, Syracuse basketball 2024 four-star commit Elijah Moore will play in his senior year for the Our Saviour Lutheran School in the Bronx, N.Y., which is affiliated with Overtime Elite.

The 6-foot-4 Moore, a top-60 overall player per several recruiting Web sites, had a stellar junior season for Cardinal Hayes High School in the Bronx. This spring and summer, the talented and underrated shooting guard averaged nearly 20 points per game and shot 46 percent from deep for the Bronx-based Wiz Kids in the Adidas 3SSB league.

For those efforts, The Circuit named Moore its offensive MVP on the 3SSB circuit during the most recent grassroots basketball season.

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