One player in Michigan’s talented 2023 class that is starting to get some of his deserved recruitment interest is Anthony Sydnor of Muskegon High School. After showcasing his skills during the spring and summer with UTS Elite, the 6’2” point guard has continued to see his recruitment grow which includes receiving his first scholarship offers.

Right now, Sydnor holds a pair of offers, one from a division one program as well as one from a division two program. Back in June, Central Connecticut State became the first school to offer him. The following month Sydnor received his second offer from Saginaw Valley State. When speaking about these two schools the junior said, “I really like the atmosphere at Saginaw Valley, and the coaching staff for both schools.” 

Some of the other programs to be showing interest in him include Eastern Michigan, Ferris State, Grand Valley State, and Western Michigan. So far, he has taken a few campus visits with the most recent this month being to Grand Valley State. “It was great, Coach Wallace really made it feel like home,” Sydnor said about his visit to the in-state school. 

Sydnor has really been able to stand out with his scoring ability. With his combination of quickness and moves he excels playing with the ball in his hands especially in space. He has a great ability to get into the paint and finish but also does a nice job of creating space in the mid-range to knock down shots. He is a smart guard that reads the floor well and knows where to go with the ball. 

With his great scoring ability, expect more division one and two programs to get involved in Sydnor’s recruitment.