2017 four-star Jordan Tucker remains high on Syracuse, wants to visit

2017 forward Jordan Tucker update.

SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Highly sought after class of 2017 forward Jordan Tucker is being recruited by a plethora of D-1 schools, including Syracuse.

The Archbishop Stepinac (NY) product holds offers from AlabamaArizona, Connecticut, Dayton, IndianaOklahomaProvidence, St. John's, Syracuse, VillanovaXavier, among many others. 

The 6-foot-7, 210-pound prospect can play either shooting guard or small forward, according to his head coach Pat Massaroni, although they have used him at all five positions this season.

Archbishop Stepinac is 7-14. Tucker is averaging 19.8 points, 10.0 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game. 

"Yeah, they're recruiting me hard," when asked about Syracuse. He's still high on the Orange and would like to visit.

"Yeah, I want to [visit]. Our schedules don't match up well, that's the only thing," Tucker told CuseNation.com. 

Syracuse offered Jordan back in September of 2014. Immediately following the offer he put the Orange towards the top of his list, although he didn't name any favorites.

Gerry McNamara is Tucker's primary recruiter. The two have been developing a solid relationship since the summer of 2014. 

St. John's has also been recruiting Jordan extremely hard, according to multiple reports. 

He is planning on visiting Maryland on February 21st for their game against Michigan, he told Scout.

Class of 2017 five-star target Hamidou Diallo will also visit Maryland that weekend. Diallo will follow that visit up by attending NC State-Syracuse on February 27th. 

Once his high school season is over, Tucker should have time to visit Syracuse. He currently doesn't have a timetable for shortening his list of schools. 

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