The future of Syracuse freshman guard Dion Waiters is uncertain heading into next season, Orange coach Jim Boeheim said Saturday.
Speaking at a clinic at Manhattan College, Boeheim said Waiters' return to Syracuse is "up in the air" and will be resolved by the end of the school year.
"Sometimes change is good for everyone," Boeheim said.
The 6-foot-5 Waiters averaged 6.6 points per game last year in just over 16 minutes per contest.
Should Waiters not return, his minutes will likely be inherited by incoming freshman Michael Carter-Williams, whom Boeheim raved about on Saturday.
"He's a 6-5 point guard that does a little bit of everything," Boeheim said of Carter-Williams. "He's really, really good."