Harrison Explodes Into 100

DeAngelo Harrison has been on fire this spring. While playing for the Franchize All-Stars, he's been one of the leading scorers on the circuit.

So far this spring, Anthony Davis has been the biggest national riser. DeAngelo Harrison, a 6-foot-2 shooting guard out of Sugar Land (Tex.) Dulles, is also making a move. In the latest Scout.com rankings, the high-scoring wing checked in at No. 62.

So far, so good for the Franchize All-Stars wing. "It could be better, we could have a championship in one of these tournaments," Harrison said.

After pumping in a 20 points a game during the high school year, Harrison points to his AAU situation and credits the nature of the games for letting his talents shine thought.

"I've gotten to be free. Coach Henderson lets me play free. It's not doing what you want you want to do but you can call your own shots or plays."

With offers from Arizona State, Houston, Oklahoma State, Marquette, UTEP, SMU, Missouri and Alabama, life's good. Real good but no one has sprinted out ahead of the pack.

"I can't say, everybody is doing a good job. I'm considering all schools, I'm not breaking it down yet. I just want the best opportunity. I'd like to play 28 minutes as a freshman. I want to play a lot of minutes. I'm not trying to go to a big school and sit down."

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