FROSTBURG, Md. -- DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.) combo D.J. Harvey is just a freshman, but he already has college coaches clamoring for him. The 6-foot-6 stud has a long way to go in the recruiting process but likes what he sees in the hometown Terps.
At the Alhambra Catholic Invitation Basketball Tournament there were 50 or so college coaches watching as Harvey chipped in 11 points, pulled down seven rebounds and a had a thunderous block.
After DeMatha handled Calvert Hall (Towson, Md.) by a 68-60 margin, Harvey chatted with Terrapin Times about his game, summer plans and the recruiting process.
Harvey the Next Big Thing Out of DeMatha
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