2020 5-star guard Priscilla Williams verbally commits to Syracuse

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on September 16, 2019 at 8:00 pm Contact David: ddschnei@syr.edu Five-star guard Priscilla Williams has verbally committed to Syracuse, Williams announced via an Instagram post on Monday afternoon. Williams is ranked third among guards and 11th overall in the 2020 class, according to the espnW 100 list. The 6-foot-2 guard also considered Southern Methodist, Louisville, Mississippi State and Florida State. Syracuse head coach Quentin Hillsman retweeted a screenshot of a scouting report saying “Williams can lead from the guard position, score off the dribble [and] spread the floor with the deep ball.” ESPN’s most recent player evaluations from July describe Williams as an “athletic guard [with a] feathery touch” and that her “mid-range game moves beyond the arc.”Williams is the second player to choose Syracuse in the class of 2020, joining guard Faith Blackstone, a four-star recruit, according to espnW 100.The Branson, Missouri native could join a Syracuse backcourt that includes Kiara Lewis and Emily Engstler, both of whom have eligibility through the 2020-21 season. The Orange’s All-Atlantic Coast Conference point guard Tiana Mangakahia, who will miss this season as she continues to undergo treatment for breast cancer, announced on Aug. 20 she plans to play for SU in the 2020-21 season.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAs a junior at Branson High School, Williams averaged 27.8 points and 10.1 rebounds per game, sunk 52 three-pointers and recorded a school-record 51 points in a game. She was named to USA Today’s All-USA Missouri Girls Basketball Team and the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association’s Class 5 All-State team in 2019. Commentslast_img read more


Luckia points to a ‘cautious approach’ for Portuguese market entry

first_img StumbleUpon Spanish gambling group Luckia (Grupo Egasa) has confirmed that it will expand its commercial operations within Portugal, having been granted a license to operate sports betting and gambling provisions by Portuguese authorities.Closing its 2017 accounts, in which the Galician operator recorded group revenues €500 million, Luckia governance states that ‘Portugal will be the firm’s next new market destination’.However, updating investors Luckia President José González Fuentes details that Portuguese expectations should be limited, as the market offers many challenges to its incumbents (high tax rate, licensing costs and product restrictions).“Portugal has an old and limited framework for modern betting services. The gambling landscape is dominated by legacy operators who remain powerful. This is no easy market to operate in ” González Fuentes details to investors.In its update, Luckia governance details that it will initially launch an online gambling property for Portugal.Considered Spain’s third largest retail betting operator, Luckia has stated that it will review Portuguese market conditions and potential regulatory changes, assessing whether it will launch any land-based gambling properties.Though Luckia is committed, to launching in Portugal, González Fuentes has stated that governance will prioritise its existing new market opportunities in LATAM, Africa and Italy. EGBA responsible advertising code gains European broadcaster approval July 3, 2020 Altenar: Supporting expansion plans in Denmark and Portugal August 20, 2020 Share Nuno Gomes joins BetConstruct and FeedConstruct as brand ambassador June 18, 2020 Share Submit Related Articleslast_img read more