Future Syracuse Point Guard Kaleb Joseph Is Looking For A Workout “Dummy”
Facebook is a useful tool for incoming freshmen. Many use it to find people with similar interests, schedule meet-ups with other future classmates in their area, and even find roommates. Future Syracuse guard Kaleb Joseph, the heir apparent to the starting point guard spot left vacant by Tyler Ennis, shouldn’t have any of those issues. He’s just worried that he won’t be able to find anyone to ball with at 2 am on a random weeknight.
Joseph took to the Syracuse Class of 2018 page to try to find a “workout dummy.” He should probably avoid paying people, there’s probably any number of NCAA rules against something like that, plus $20 goes a long way for a college freshman. Either way, with the state of the art Carmelo Anthony Center on campus, Kaleb shouldn’t have too much trouble finding some people to work out with at any hour of the night.
— Joey Creighton (@JoeyCreighton) April 24, 2014