Spears, who has averaged close to a double/double this season as a 2010 prospect, competes with Matt Pauls' Team NJABC AAU team over the summer at tournaments.
He has built a reputation as a basketball player who does several things well on the court. In the classroom, Harold is even more impressive, possessing a 3.9 grade point average.
He has a higher level of interest currently in his football skills. Timed in the 40 in 4.6 seconds, we previously reported early football interest from programs like Rutgers, Pittsburgh, Boston College, Maryland, and Connecticut.
"Harold is being heavily recruited by Cornell, Princeton and Yale," said Pauls.
In addition, Spears has interest outside the Ivy League. "LaSalle, Bucknell and Rider are also very interested," said Pauls.