A late-April story in the Philadelphia Inquirer suggested that highly-ranked Texas twins, Andrew and Aaron Harrison, would be visiting Villanova at that time — it was not true. Their father, Aaron Harrison, Sr. told ZagsBlog.com that he would be visiting the Main Line campus with his sons during the first week in July. They will also visit Maryland during the same week.
The duo, ranked at the top of their class at both guard positions, will try to make a decision on college this fall, before the high school season starts. Their father does not want them to drag their recruitment out through their senior season like Amile Jefferson did.
"Their birthday is Oct. 28," their father told SNY.tv. "They want to get it done before the high school season starts."
They have narrowed their list to just four schools, Villanova, Maryland, Kentucky and Baylor. They be visiting schools this summer, but have only said they would visit Villanova and Maryland with a degree of certainty. Their father told ZagsBlog that they also intend to visit Baylor, but didn't have a firm answer as to when, just that it "may be the end of June."
The twins could also make another stop at Kentucky, but their father seemed to suggest that they had seen enough of the blue blood's campus and facilities.
"As far as Kentucky goes, I don’t know about that. We’ve been there twice already and my wife’s been there. It’s something we’ve already done. My wife has talked to the coaches and given them the third degree. We may visit there again and we may not.
Their visit will come after they attend the USA Basketball under-18 camp in Colorado with Villanova freshman, Ryan Arcidiacono. The camp will run at the beginning of June and if they make the team, they will spend much of the rest of that month with the program, competing in a tournament in Sao Sebastiáo do Paraiso, Brazil.
Isaiah Lewis offered
According to ESPN NY's Matt Ehalt, Christ the King junior shooting guard Isaiah Lewis picked up an offer from Villanova today. The 6-3, 160-pound guard also holds offers from UCLA, Kansas, Memphis, Georgia Tech, Louisville and Florida State.
He is a talented scorer from the wing who can get into the lane and score with a number of weapons. He needs to learn better how to move without the ball in his hands and still has to develop his three-point shot.