Right now a few teams are calling, but programs are not knocking down his door.
"I just want to do my best," Harden said. "You've just got to play hard every game."
Harden played well at ABCD. He was ranked among the top-10 juniors in steals and free throw shooting. At the Arizona Elite Camp he presumably showed enough to keep the Wildcat coaches contacting him.
Harden claims that no one school leads and that they are all on him "about the same".
He enjoyed his trip to Tucson for the Elite Camp, although he is not thrilled with his performance.
"It was all right," Harden said of the way he played. " I mean I didn't really have a great camp, but I had a good camp. I got to see the weight room, the facilities, the gym."
He seemed to like almost everything basketball related, there was only one real draw back in his eyes.
"The weather," Harden chuckled. "It was a little hot." Only if you call 110 degrees hot.
Right now Harden's stock is not hot, but he is a player with some upside. Considering there are at least three other D-I prospects on his high school team at Artesia, you can bet he'll be seen by college coaches. He's done enough in recent weeks to pique teams' interest, now he just has to lure them in.