The Binghamton University men's basketball team is revamping after last season's semifinal run as several key seniors graduated.

The headliner of this new class is Syracuse transfer Symir Torrence, a once top-50 recruit who played two seasons at Marquette before playing his last two years with the Orange. Other players in the class include senior guard Tymu Chenery, sophomore guard Chris Walker, freshman forward Gavin Walsh and junior forward Nehemiah Benson. 

Torrence, a Syracuse native, says he's excited to show off his skills at the Events Center come November. 

"I would say the number one thing is to win," Torrence said. "I'm a winning player, I make winning plays at the end of the day. I might be struggling offensively but I can definitely pick it up defensively and create for others. I have a lot to my game that people don't notice."

Torrence credited the BU Coaching staff as to why he picked BU for his final year.

"It was basically coming down to what was the best opportunity for me," Torrence said. "Is this school gonna provide a chance for me to play and make mistakes and learn from my mistakes while also being the best player I can be at the end of the day?"

Remaining players on the roster include Armon Harried, Dan Petcash, Tariq Balogun, Taveion White and Masud Stewart.