Khalif Battle, who recently received offers from Syracuse, Washington, Rutgers, and other programs, showed the basketball world just how clutch he is on Saturday.

In the dying seconds, with the game tied, Battle hit a running three to pointer to beat Southern Stampede 67-64 and advance to the finals of the 16U Pit Tournament.

Like his older brother Tyus, Battle displayed just how deadly of a shooter is through making an improbable off-balanced shot as time expired. Hopefully, he ends up choosing to attend Syracuse, because he looks like a program-altering talent.

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Zachary Weisleder, a fervent supporter of Syracuse athletics, exemplifies his allegiance through contributing for The Armchair All-Americans. Zach’s passion for Syracuse Hoops extends beyond ACAA through his writing for Fansided’s Inside the Loud House. Born and raised in Toronto, Zach is a diehard fan of his local Blue Jays, Raptors, and Maple Leafs. In addition to writing about Syracuse, Zach focuses on Major League Baseball and is a New York Mets Beat Writer for Elite Sports New York.
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Team Manager for Armchair Cuse The Armchair All-Americans LLC
Zachary Weisleder, a fervent supporter of Syracuse athletics, exemplifies his allegiance through contributing for The Armchair All-Americans. Zach’s passion for Syracuse Hoops extends beyond ACAA through his writing for Fansided’s Inside the Loud House. Born and raised in Toronto, Zach is a diehard fan of his local Blue Jays, Raptors, and Maple Leafs. In addition to writing about Syracuse, Zach focuses on Major League Baseball and is a New York Mets Beat Writer for Elite Sports New York.

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