One offer so far for A.J. Harris

Not many players have a feel for the game like A.J. Harris, and that is why so many coaches are putting him on their recruiting radar.

At 5-foot-9, point guard A.J. Harris out of Dayton (Ohio) Dunbar isn't one of the more intimidating players in the 2015 class physically, but there aren't many who are tougher to guard. The jet quick Harris is having a solid season and still has one scholarship offer for him on the table.

Dunbar is a traditional power in the Dayton area having produced multiple NBA players, and now the man leading the show is Harris. While Harris says the season hasn't been what they hoped, he has had a solid year.

"The season has been alright," said Harris. "We are still trying to bounce back from previous losses and see where we are at and what we need to work on. We just keep pushing to get better."

When it comes to recruiting one school has offered, but a whole bunch are keeping a close eye on him.

"I only have one offer and that is from Dayton," Harris explained. "The schools recruiting me are Wright State, Cleveland State, UCLA, Iowa, LSU, Tennessee, Memphis, Ohio State, Butler, Xavier, and a lot more."

The offer from Dayton is a longtime standing one, and Harris is very happy to have his hometown school showing him attention.

"It is crazy," Harris explained of the UD offer. "I love it there. I hope I can get there again soon. I love the facility and everything."

Recently Harris made the drive to Butler for an unofficial visit, and he came away impressed with what he saw.

"Butler was amazing," Harris explained. "For their player to hit the game winning shot when I was there was amazing. The atmosphere there is wonderful."

Also Harris has spent some time at Xavier, and the Musketeers are hoping he fits in with their program.

"Xavier has a good facility and has a good program. I can see myself there also," said Harris. "They had point guards Tu Holloway and Mark Lyons, I think I could be like a combination of them and I would fit right in."

For now Harris has no plans to make any other visits, though Butler is trying to get him back to campus soon.

When it comes to making a decision nothing is being planned right away, but Harris does have a good idea of what he will be looking for in a school.

"Academics and good coaches are important to me," noted Harris.

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