Four-star prospect Dashan Harris followed up his ultra-successful season at Montverde (Fla.) Academy with a spring break trip back home to Los Angeles, and the 6-foot, 170-pound point guard came away with a couple new offers.
"I visited USC and California while I was back home for spring break, and they both offered while I was out there," said Harris. "Arizona and Illinois are also coming on hard, and I expect them to offer soon. The other schools on my list are Indiana, Arkansas, Florida and North Carolina. Indiana and Arkansas have also offered."
Harris, who averaged 12.6 points and 10.1 assists per game while running the show for Montverde, will be looking closely for a combination of playing time and the opportunity to win.
"I'm open to everyone, but I'm looking for a place where I can come in and play a lot early," he said. "I'm also looking at the rosters. My main goal is to play on a winning team."
Although he is open in his recruitment and doesn't feel constrained by the location of schools, Harris did speak glowingly about the schools he visited recently.
"I really liked USC," he said. "Coach Floyd is a great coach and has great plans for the team. It is back home, so it's a good situation.
"California was great, also. It looked like an up and coming program. I liked Coach Braun, and I think he is recruiting players who can win."
Harris is the No. 77 ranked prospect in the Rivals150 for the class of 2008.
Dashan Harris scouting report:
A terrific on-the-ball defender, Harris is a disruptive presence on defense. Offensively, he does an outstanding job running a team and can penetrate the lane almost at will. His outside jumper is improving, but Harris scores primarily off the bounce.