Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup

September 14, 2012|By Matt Bracken | The Baltimore Sun

To the surprise of no one, the Harrison twins revealed this week that they consider Kentucky and Maryland their top two schools.

Aaron Harrison Sr. told ESPN.com's Reggie Rankin that his five-star sons trimmed Baylor and Villanova from their list, leaving the Terps and Wildcats as co-leaders and SMU "a distant third."

With the news of the Harrison twins' final list, KentuckySports.com offered its take on where the 2013 guards stand.

Harrison Sr. told the Herald-Leader earlier this week that the family had no more visits planned, though a trip to Maryland on Oct. 12 for that school’s midnight madness remains a “possibility.” He said the twins would not be visiting Kentucky before making a decision. They’ve already been to Lexington twice, including last year for Big Blue Madness.

Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2012/09/13/2335932/next-cats-harrison-twins-cut-two.html#storylink=cpy

If you haven't had a chance to check out the Harrison twins, watch this new highlight package courtesy of The Mars Reel.

** Maryland coach Mark Turgeon is expected to see 2014 forward target Dwayne Morgan today at St. Frances, a source told The Sun. Alex Kline reported that Indiana and UNLV also planned on checking out the four-star prospect.

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