After missing some games early in the regular season due to a stress fracture in the fifth metatarsal of his right foot, Harper Kamp has finally returned to the court. The 6-foot-8, 250-pound power forward from Mountain View High School in Mesa, Ariz., couldn't be happier to be back out on the court and, more importantly, couldn't be happier with were his recruitment stands at this time.
"Everything is going good," said Kamp. "We have a record of 11-3 and we are playing pretty well as a team. Our trip to Hawaii at the end of December went well and I was able to play a little. I believe we went 3-1 in Hawaii, so I was pleased with our play and I was pleased that I was able to play a little bit."
Harden, the three-star prospect, could not be happier with where his recruitment stands. He is being recruited by Arizona State, California, Iowa, New Mexico, Oregon, Southern California, Stanford, UCLA and Washington.
"California just offered me a scholarship a few nights ago," said Kamp. "I was talking to them on the phone and they just offered me. UCLA, Southern California and California are the schools showing the most interest in me right now.
"I was able to attend the game between Southern California and Arizona State, so that was exciting for me," he added. "Coaches from UCLA and UNLV also attending my game on Friday night."
According to Kamp, the 6-foot-8, 250-pound power forward, he and his father will spend spring break traveling to several schools in California to get a closer look at each institution.
Harper Kamp Scouting Report: Limited athletically, Kamp relies on a heady and skilled approach to the game. Very good at using his body to get position, Kamp can score the ball with either hand around the basket. He also has a nice touch on his midrange jumper and passes the ball well out of the high post.- Jerry Meyer of Rivals.com