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What’s next for Syracuse basketball after Dior Johnson decommitment?


2022 five-star point guard decommitted from Syracuse via Twitter. Johnson, ranked No. 3 in his class according to 247 Sports, was the most highly anticipated recruit for Syracuse since Carmelo Anthony, and the second five star to decommit from the Orange in the last three years (forward Darius Bazley decommitted from Syracuse in 2018). (The Juice Online)

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What’s next for Syracuse basketball after Dior Johnson decommitment?


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