There are just 12 spots open on the squad that will compete in the FIBA Americas Championship in Sao Sebastio do Poraiso, Brazil on June 16.
The twins told SNY’s Adam Zagoria that they will commit to a school in the fall, around their 18th birthday on Oct. 20.
“I [will] probably commit before my senior season starts to get that weight off my shoulders so I can play without that on my mind,” Andrew Harrison, the Rivals No. 1 point guard in the Class of 2013, told SNY.
SMU, now coached by former Kansas, North Carolina and NBA coach Larry Brown, is the latest in the running for the Harrison Twins.
Aaron Harrison Sr., the twins’ father, told Zagoria the boys will consider the Mustangs but are not a serious contender.
Among other finalists for the U-18 squad were Nate Britt Jr., Jerami Grant, Montrezl Harrell, James Robinson, Sam Dekker, Shaq Goodwin, Joel James, Austin Nichols, Rodney Purvis, Julius Randle, Marcus Smart, Jarnell Stokes and Rasheed Sulaimon.
The team is coached by Syracuse’s Jim Boeheim.
Baltimore’s Dwayne Morgan Gets Offered
Rated a five-star small forward by ESPN and a four-star by Rivals, Morgan, a 2014 recruit, is a consensus top-25 player in the nation. Recently, the City College High School and Baltimore’s Finest star was among the standouts at the 2012 Under Armour Grind Sessions.
Morgan also holds offers from Florida, Florida State, N.C. State, Seton Hall, South Florida and UNLV. There’s also interest from Clemson, North Carolina, Ohio State and Texas.
Rivals national basketball recruiting analyst Eric Bossi had this to say about him following the Under Amour Are You From Here? camp:
Dwayne Morgan is a legit prospect. The 6-foot-7 small forward can really shoot the ball from mid-range, moves fluidly and doesn't mind playing in the post when matchups often have him playing as a four-man. He's starting to show more aggression on the offensive end, and from a confidence standpoint he's a totally different kid than the one we first saw in October at USA Basketball.
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