Syracuse, New York-Cole Swider announced the decision to move from Villanova to Syracuse.
Swider, a 6-foot-9 junior, announced the news on his Twitter page.
Despite being a junior high school student, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the NCAA decided to grant all winter sports athletes an extra year of qualification, so Swider still has two years of qualification.
Swider is a 201
According to reports, after announcing the decision to leave Villanova, Swede received renewed attention from Syracuse and Rutgers, Indiana, Florida and Arizona.
In the past season, Swider averaged 18.8 minutes, 5.7 points and 2.8 rebounds per game. He made 40.2% of his three-pointers.
Swider is the second player Syracuse has added to its 2021-22 roster through the NCAA transfer portal.
Earlier last week, Marquette transferred to 6-foot-3 guard Symir Torrence (Symir Torrence) announced his decision to participate in Syracuse. Torrence is a native of Syracuse and studied at the Syracuse Academy of Science.
Three players from Syracuse have announced their decision to enter the portal. They include: sophomore forward Robert Braswell, red shirts freshman center John Bol Ajac and freshman guard Kadari Richmond.
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