Guess Where Jim Boeheim's Son Will Play His College Ball

Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim is one of the most impressive college coaches of all time. With a 900-353 (.718) record and one NCAA Championship to his name, Boeheim has cemented his Hall of Fame legacy as one of the GOATs. You’d think with a track record like that, you could get any recruit you wanted. Well, it turns out that Jimmy Boeheim, the legendary coach’s son, either wasn’t impressed with his old man’s history or just wasn’t good enough to play for Syracuse despite the massive sway his dad holds.
The younger Boeheim announced Tuesday night that he will be playing basketball at Cornell University next season. He is currently attending New Hampton (N.H.) Prep following his graduation from Jamesville-DeWitt High School.
Jimmy announced his decision via Twitter:

Last year, Boeheim dropped 23.3 points per game as a senior at Jamesville-DeWitt. He’s a 6-foot-7 lefty with a nice shooting stroke. The Red Rams sported a 15-8 record last season and Cornell is currently 7-20 under first-year head coach Brian Earl.
I guess the Big Red apple fell far from the tree…No? I’ll see myself out.

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