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Dior Johnson on committing to Syracuse: “I’ll bring in more recruits’’


, a five-star recruit in the 2022 class who committed to Syracuse on Friday, said he plans on convincing more highly-rated recruits to wear Orange. Johnson said he wanted to build his own legacy at Syracuse and planned on bringing more recruits in to play with him. "I’m a leader,'' Johnson said in a telephone interview on Friday. (Syracuse.com)

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