Texas guard gets release from USC

Since USC parted ways with head coach Kevin O'Neill, Kendal Yancy-Harris has been in limbo as he awaited a scholarship release.
Thursday, sources close to the recruitment of the 6-foot-4 guard at Richardson (Texas) Berkner indicated that the No. 109 player in the 2013 Rivals150 has been given a full release by the Trojans administration.
Previously, Yancy-Harris had been conducting his recruitment under a partial release where schools that wanted to recruit him had to first contact USC. With that restriction out of the way, he can get down to business.
Given his size, ability to run the show or play off the ball, it is no surprise that his recruitment was heating up. Two weekends ago, Yancy-Harris took an unofficial visit to Texas and he's been looking into setting up a trip to Baylor.
In addition, Yancy-Harris has already heard from Connecticut, Texas Tech, Auburn, Texas A&M, TCU, Creighton, San Diego State, Virginia, Arizona State, Washington State, Oregon, Houston, Missouri and LSU at one point or another since announcing that he would seek a release.
Now that he has his official release, Yancy-Harris will look to cut down his list. Look for the four-star guard to cut his list down to between three and five schools in the next week to week and half.
From there, Yancy-Harris will set up some visits and look to make a decision for the Spring signing period.
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