2017 prospects Mohamed Bamba and Brandon Randolph to trim lists after Peach Jam

Two elite prospects in the 2017 class plan to cut their lists after Peach Jam. Details inside:

SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Class of 2017 prospects Mohamed Bamba and Brandon Randolph plan to cut their list of schools shortly after Peach Jam this week, according to SNY.tv. 

Randolph, who has 29 scholarship offers, told Adam Zagoria that all 29 schools continue to reach out and show love. 

He plans to cut his list to 10 or so after Peach Jam. 

"Definitely academics and a school where I can fit into their basketball system," is what Randolph will be looking for, he says. 

Bamba, who is a top 3 player in the country, plans to cut his list to 10 schools in August. He has offers from virtually everyone, but his interest in Syracuse is unknown. 

North Carolina and Duke are atop his list, according to reports. He plans to cut one school per month until he's down to one, he told SNY.tv. 

Bamba is planning a spring 2017 commitment. 

Quade Green, a 2017 five-star guard, plans to cut his list and commit around September, he tells Scout. Green has visited Syracuse multiple times and holds high interest in the Orange. 

Peach Jam will take place July 6-10 in North Augusta, SC.  


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