In-home visits for D'Angelo Harrison started this week and the four-star shooting guard from Fort Bend (Texas) Dulles hosted two major schools and two more will come in next week.
Marquette and Oklahoma State stopped by to visit Harrison in the last few days and Franchize All-Stars AAU coach Darrell Bogan said things have been going well. Baylor and St. John's have in-home visits set up for next week and then Harrison will have a better understanding of which program he likes most.
One of the most important things, Bogan said, is that Harrison would like at least a chance to play early so that's something he'll be looking for when talking to the coaching staffs.
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"From what I gathered, they were really impressed with (Marquette) and they liked what Marquette was talking about," Bogan said.
"Dealing with D'Angelo, it's going to be a thing where he's looking for a place that fits him. It went well but at the end of the day he has to say is this the place where I can play as a true freshman? Will I get to play 25-30 minutes or am I going to be a role player if so-and-so gets hurt?"
Rivals.com rates Harrison, a 6-foot-3, 186-pound four-star prospect, as the ninth-best shooting guard in the class and No. 41 in the 2011 class.
Alabama, Arizona State, Arkansas, Houston, SMU, UTEP and Virginia have also offered but Harrison, who was fantastic at times in Las Vegas this summer, likes his chances with the four programs that have set up in-home visits.
"He's a scoring two-guard," Bogan said. "He may look undersized but he knows how to get to the basket. He's not the quickest guy but he knows how to get his shot off. He has unbelievable range and I think he can play anywhere he chooses to go. It just depends on the situation."