Syracuse scores with four-star point guard

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Coming out of the July live period, four-star prospect Kaleb Joseph acknowledged that he was close to making a college decision. He wasn't kidding.
A native of New Hampshire who is prepping at Ashburnham (Mass.) Cushing Academy, the 6-foot-2 point guard ended his recruitment with a commitment to Syracuse after a weekend unofficial visit.
The news was confirmed by Joseph's summer coach, Vin Pastore of the Mass Rivals.
"Kaleb is a good fit for Syracuse as he fits into the style of play," Pastore told "A pass-first point guard, he may be the best facilitator in the class playing off the ball screen.
"He has great instincts off the ball screen, including his ability to pass, knock down pull-ups, as well to drag the ball back and see plays develop. Kaleb also fits Syracuse in that his upside is tremendous and his ceiling makes him an intriguing prospect."
Ranked as the No. 56 prospect in the class of 2014, Joseph brings size and speed to the position. As pointed out by his summer coach, he is very good in ball-screen situations but is also capable of creating space on his own when plays break down.
Joseph is the Orange's second commitment from the class of 2014. He will join five-star forward Chris McCullough.
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