Harrow will make five official visits in ten days, evaluate his options, and make a decision.
"Coach [Rick] Pitino is just a great coach and has great history," Harrow said last week. "He feels like I could come in and make an immediate impact. He says that he could develop me into the player that I want to be. I felt like after speaking with him it would be a great opportunity."
The plan is simple for Harrow, who averaged 9.3 points and 3.3 assists per game as a freshman at N.C. State: He'll take his five visits, make a decision, and enroll at his new school for the start of summer school in June.
"I'm looking for a place where I can develop into the player I know I can be and work on the things that I'm lacking – a consistent jump shot and getting stronger," Harrow said. "I'm also looking for a place where the team is very family oriented and the main focus is doing what it will take to win."