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Outside of the headlining decisions of the early signing period, namely Gary Harris to Michigan State, Alex Poythress to Kentucky and Robert Carter to Georgia Tech, the usually frantic time has been relatively smooth sailing for most programs. A handful of decommits have occurred, but there hasn’t been many remarkable incidents, in the least bit. For the most part, the national letter of intents have been signed and returned by the players from the Class of 2012, but some interesting story lines that have broken since our national signing day notes.
Perhaps the highest ranked player in the country that hasn’t returned his letter of intent is 6′-10″ center Cameron Ridley of Fort Bend Bush (TX). The #11 prospect in the country was considered the crown jewel of Texas’ recruiting efforts to date. While it’s been reported that Ridley will sign in the early signing period by several media members, the fact is that rumors have been rampant that Ridley would be reclassifying...
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What a HUGE GET for Tom Izzo and the Michigan State Spartans! Gary Harris from Hamilton Southeastern high school is one of the top ten players in the nation. He hasn’t signed a letter of intent yet, but multiple sources report his verbal commit to Mich St. on national signing day.
For more on Harris check out Inside the Hall
— Kyle Neddenriep of The Indianapolis Star — confirmed...
Both Brian Snow of Scout.com and Dave Telep of ESPN.com are reporting that Gary Harris has committed to Michigan State.
Harris, the No. 10 player in the country according to ESPN, took official visits to Indiana, Kentucky, Purdue and Michigan State before ultimately deciding on the Spartans.
Harris’ decision means that Indiana’s 2012 class, ranked as high as No. 2 nationally...
The top recruit in the state of Indiana added to an already successful recruiting day for Michigan State on Wednesday, where three top-100 seniors signed letter of intents to join the Spartans next fall, by giving a verbal commitment to head coach Tom Izzo. Gary Harris, a highly touted shooting guard out of Hamilton Southeastern High School, chose MSU over Indiana, Purdue and Kentucky...
Spartan Digest caught up with Scout.com national basketball recruiting analyst Brian Snow to talk about the newest Spartan Gary Harris.
Highly recruited guard from Fishers, Ind., who visited MSU last weekend and verbally committed Wednesday, joins 3 other signees.
The big winner of the first day of the early signing period is the Michigan State Spartans. Gary Harris (Indianapolis, Ind./Hamilton SE) shooting guard committed to Tom Izzo's Spartans.
Scout.com five-star basketball prospect Gary Harris made Michigan State fans day when he picked the Spartans.
Gary Harris is the fourth, and likely last, commitment to Michigan State's 2012 recruiting class. Harris, a consensus top-5 shooting guard, is a recruiting boon for Tom Izzo, and turns a good recruiting class into an excellent one.
Michigan State announced Friday that Gary Harris (G, 6-4, 205, Fishers, Ind./Hamilton Southeastern) has signed a National Letter of Intent to be a part of the men's basketball senior class of 2016. Harris joins Matt Costello (F, 6-10, 240, Bay City, Mich./Bay City Western), Kenny Kaminski (F, 6-8, 245, Medina, Ohio/Medina) and Denzel Valentine (G, 6-6, 210, Lansing, Mich./Sexton...
Five-star guard Gary Harris made his pick on the first day of the signing period. He's going to Michigan State.
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Gary Harris, an athletic shooting guard from Indiana, has committed to Michigan State.
Highly regarded shooting guard Gary Harris faxed his national letter of intent to Michigan State on Friday, confirming he will become a Spartan next year. Harris, a 6-foot-4 guard from Fishers, Ind., is coach Tom Izzo's splashiest perimeter recruit since Shannon Brown. ESPN's recruiting analyst Dave Telep ranks Harris as the top shooting guard in the country.
Yet another five-star prospect has made his choice. Last night it was Gary Harris picking Michigan State. Thursday afternoon Poythress picked Kentucky and now Robert Carter is off the board.
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