The 6-foot-4 senior out of Grayson (Ga.) High has officially visited each of his finalists and a decision is expected in the next several days.
Harris previously considered the likes of LSU, Miami, Stanford, and Virginia Tech.
According to the On3 Industry Rankings, Harris is the No. 77 overall prospect in the 2024 cycle. He’s also the No. 19 shooting guard prospect and the No. 8 player in the state of Georgia. The On3 Industry Ranking is a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies.
Harris talks finalists
In a previous interview with On3, Gicarri Harris discussed both Georgia Tech and Purdue.
Georgia Tech: “They are home and close to my friends and family. I’ve built a great relationship with Coach Stoudamire and the rest of the coaching staff over the past few months. Leadership and development from a former NBA player is a unique opportunity, insight and perspective.”
Purdue: “We’ve had a great relationship with their coaching staff since the beginning of my 10th grade year. Purdue was my 1st official visit last September, they’ve watched a ton of my high school and AAU games in person and they did a home visit back in April.”
“It is the fundamentals that pop with Gicarri Harris. His baseline of skill is high. At his size, he is able to handle, shoot, and pass in multiple situations. A comfortable secondary ball handler, Harris can initiate offense and get his team into sets. He is a reliable three-point shooter with range and confidence. He can also make reads in the teeth of the defense. Harris is a good team defender, able to guard the ball or the passing lanes and he does not mind playing a physical brand. While he will not wow you with any one aspect of his game, there is a lot he can do to help a team win.” – On3’s Jamie Shaw