Harris headed south

It is official for elite prospect Tobias Harris. The 6-foot-8, 220-pound Glen Head (N.Y.) Half Hollow Hills power forward is headed south to the SEC.
Tennessee won out over Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Louisville, Maryland, Syracuse and West Virginia.
"I really had a great relationship with Coach [Bruce] Pearl and his assistant coach [Tony] Jones," said Harris. "It's just a family atmosphere down there. I got along with the players really well. It's just a great fit and opportunity for me."

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Harris joins four-star prospects Jordan McRae and Trae Golden in a Tennessee recruiting class that is currently ranked No. 18 in the national team recruiting rankings. Harris' signing will push the Volunteers into the top 10 in the country.
Harris is the No. 5 ranked prospect in the Rivals150.
Tobias Harris scouting report:
Still physically developing, Harris has an advanced skill level as a hybrid forward. He handles the ball at a high level and can score it with touch from the outside and also score inside with more of a power game. Best suited to guard a four man, Harris is a difficult match up for opposing four men with his versatile skill set.