Syracuse lands 5-star class of 2020 forward Kamilla Cardoso

first_imgAnother top recruit will join the Class of 2020 under Syracuse head coach Quentin Hillsman.On Wednesday night, five-star forward Kamilla Cardoso announced her commitment to SU on Instagram. Cardoso, espnW’s No. 1 post player and No. 5 overall recruit for the Class of 2020, joins five-star guard Priscilla Williams (No. 11) and Faith Blackstone (No. 91) as the third top-100 recruit for next year. “While (I) thoroughly enjoyed getting to know many different programs I’m happy to announce I’ve found my home at Syracuse University,” Cardoso wrote in an Instagram post.The 6-foot-6 big from Hamilton Heights Christian (Tennessee) Academy has a espnW scout grade of 98 out of 100. One evaluation said she’s an “impact low-post prospect with superb mobility, shot blocking presence” and an emerging offensive arsenal. Cardoso had offers from Connecticut, Ohio State, Mississippi State and South Carolina, but chose Hillsman and the Orange. She’s one of six 2020 recruits — including three-star guards Khamya McNeal, Laura Salmeron and Kiara Fisher — that will join SU next season. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textCardoso will add depth to Syracuse’s frontcourt that will return all three starters in Emily Engstler, Amaya Finklea-Guity and Digna Strautmane.Cardoso could not be reached for comment.  Comments Published on November 7, 2019 at 8:05 pm Contact Danny: dremerma@syr.edu | @DannyEmerman Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Eddie Rosario injury update: Twins outfielder leaves game with sprained ankle, listed as day-to-day

first_img MLB trade rumors: Dodgers interested in at least 2 closers, including Felipe Vazquez Giancarlo Stanton injury update: Yankees star (knee) headed to IL, not London Twins outfielder Eddie Rosario left Wednesday’s game against the Rays in the third inning with a sprained left ankle, the team announced.He is considered day-to-day. Rosario singled for his second hit of the game off Rays starter Charlie Morton, but stumbled around first base and was thrown out trying to stretch it into a double. He came up limping and slammed his helmet down on the ground in frustration. After a visit from Twins trainer Tony Leo, he exited the game.Minnesota Twins outfielder Eddie Rosario left the game with an injury in the third inning. #MNTwins pic.twitter.com/z391yrYnRw— Carlos Gonzalez (@CarlosGphoto) June 27, 2019Rosario is a big reason the Twins lead MLB in runs scored and home runs, leading the team in home runs (20) and RBIs (60).  Related News MLB trade rumors: Twins have ‘strong interest’ in Madison Bumgarnerlast_img read more