Trevon Harmon, a talented 5-11 senior guard from Pasadena, Calif., was hurt this past summer and didn't play in July. Multiple programs throughout the west, though, are well aware of Harmon. He tells us he's particularly high on two schools...
, 5-11 SR PG/SG Pasadena (Calif.) High, is a talented scorer who was hurt this past summer and unable to play in July. But while he's not well-known among recruiting analysts, there are plenty of college coaches showing interest in Harmon.
We spoke with Harmon recently and asked him about the schools that have been in contact with him lately.
"UTEP, New Mexico State, Iowa State, Montana State, Long Beah State, Wyoming, UC Irvine and San Diego State," said Harmon.
When asked if he is particularly high on any program, Harmon replied, "probably Wyoming and Newe Mexico State."
Harmon is in the process of setting up visits and said that UTEP, New Mexico State and Iowas State have all talked to him about taking an official visit.