Coming off a strong Tournament of Champions, C.J. Harris has a lot of momentum going into the NBA Player's Association Camp and the July evaluation. A number of schools have already offered the 6-foot-2, 175-pound point guard from Winston-Salem (N.C.) Mount Tabor High School, and a number of schools will be tracking him closely in July.
The latest offer comes from a Big East school.
"South Florida offered on Monday," said Harris. "Several other schools are really picking up their interest. Wake Forest, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Michigan have stepped it up and are communicating as much as they can."
Already with offers from Clemson, Oklahoma, Charlotte, Davidson, East Carolina, George Mason and Winthrop, Harris is not in a rush to commit and would like to take some official visits in the fall.
"Hopefully, I'll be ready to have a decision by the early signing period," he said.
Harris has already unofficially visited Clemson, Charlotte and Wake Forest and is uncertain of whom he will officially visit.
"I want to go wherever I fit the best," he said. "An up and down game is what I like to play. I also want to have a strong comfort level with the coaches."