Trevon Harmon, a 5-11 senior guard from Southern California, is a talented scorer who might end up playing point guard. He told us recently that he's hearing from numerous West Coast programs at this time...
, 5-11 SR PG/SG Pasadena (Calif.) High, is a talented scorer with a chance to play the one. Unfortunately, Harmon broke a finger a few weeks ago and he's out for the rest of July. But a number of schools have expressed interest in Harmon and he should have plenty of options when it comes time to choose a college.
We spoke with Harmon recently and he gave us a list of schools that he's heard from to date.
"San Diego, Wyoming, UC Santa Barbara, Long Beach State, San Diego State, Pepperdine, Portland and Montana State," said Harmon. "UC Santa Barbara has offered."
Harmon said a few schools have discussed official visits.
"Long Beach State, San Diego State and Montana State have been talking to me about visiting," said Harmon.
We asked Harmon what he is looking for in a school.
"Mainly, how the campus and school are," said Harmon. "A good basketball program. The location doesn't matter and early playing time really isn't important."
Harmon told us he has a 3.0 GPA and scored 1550 on the SAT.