Sources tell us that Ivan Harris, a 6-7 scoring wing player from Springfield South High School in Ohio, is thinking about transferring to another school in preparation for his senior season.
If you have forgotten, Harris, a terrific small forward in the class of 2003, committed already to the Ohio State basketball program. Harris made that decision after he watched a basketball game between Ohio State and Nebraska.
Harris also considered Michigan State. Harris visited both schools. Harris told us previously:
"On my Michigan State trip I met Magic Johnson. It was great talking to him about basketball. I even got his autograph. My Ohio State visit was also great. I like the coaches and players. I already know some of the players on the Ohio State team."
But Harris chose the Buckeyes based on his feelings for the coaches and current players there. Harris knows Matt Sylvester and Brandon Fuss-Cheatham. Harris, who averaged 20 points and nine rebounds last year, is skilled and can shoot the three.
Harris, a 6-7, 200-pound natural lefty, has nice range on his jumper. So once he rounds out his handle, he is likely to be able to take people off the dribble better. Harris also possesses a nice jump hook close in.
With these skills, Harris has indicated he might be willing to play for another program that features a more competitive schedule. Sources tell us that if Harris were to transfer, he would likely land at Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Virginia.