Ever since he opened his recruitment in the wake of Kevin O'Neill's firing at USC, Kendal Yancy-Harris has kept a low profile.
A four-star senior point guard and the No. 109 player in the 2013 Rivals150, the 6-foot-4 product of Richardson (Texas) Berkner has been tough to track down.
However, information has begun to leak out about Yancy-Harris' recruitment and it looks like he will wrap things sometime around the end of March.
Up first, though, is a visit to Texas that will come on March 28.
While things can often change quickly in recruiting, the Longhorns appear to be looking strong in the recruitment of Yancy-Harris as they look to add backcourt help.
With his 6-foot-4 size and point guard skill, Yancy-Harris is a player who can play all over the perimeter. He will have college-ready strength, plays smart and also has the tools to develop into a high-level defender.
Baylor and Missouri are still being listed with Yancy-Harris, but he has yet to visit either school.
Combine that with his upcoming visit to Texas and current plan to make a decision sometime around the end of March and it is easy to see why the Longhorns have emerged as the favorites.
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