Under the guidance of program director Dion Bethea, the Carolina Ravens finished off July on a high note. The Reavens made it all the way to finals of AAU Nationals and shooting guard DaMarcus Harrison played a huge role.
The 6-foot-4 native of South Carolina is getting ready for his final year at Arden (N.C.) Christ School, and his stock is higher than ever after a very strong July.
"I'm hearing from BYU, Wisconsin, Virginia, Clemson, South Florida, Marquette and Oklahoma State," Harrison told rivals.com. "I think there's going to be more."
A sweet shooting wing with deep range, a good frame and under-rated athleticism, Harrison showed a more diverse offensive game during July.
"People like that I can shoot," said Harrison. "But, I think the other parts of my game have been underrated.
When he initially burst on the scene as a rising sophomore, Harrison received quite a bit of attention. Then, things seemed to stagnate for a while before taking off again this summer.
Harrison says that the ups and downs of recruiting have taught him a lot and for now, he's in no rush. But, it's more than likely he'll make a fall decision and visits should be getting set soon.
"I'd like to decide early if I can," said Harrison. "I'd like to focus on my senior year."