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Four-star junior Josiah Harris discusses his recruitment

December 27, 2020
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Josiah Harris’ main goal entering his junior campaign is very simple: “Win a state championship,” that’s literally all he said and nothing else. The All-Ohio second-teamer is a 6-foot-7 wing out of Cleveland, Ohio. Harris is already a vital member of Richmond Heights’ roster in just one year of being with the program.

Prior to COVID-19 ending Harris’ season along with many others, he was averaging 20 points per game along with 12 rebounds per contest. Harris has displayed his ability to be a two-way wing. Can score on multiple levels and is extremely versatile. He causes tons of problems on both ends and his wingspan is an impressing 7’1 wingspan.

Harris also has recruitment that varies from all different conferences. Schools are continuing to get involved and he remains wide-open as his junior year continues to move along.

He discussed his recruitment with Stockrisers.com and also set a commitment timeline.



Which schools are heavily involved in your recruitment?

“The schools recruiting me the heaviest right now are Virginia Tech, Ohio State, Xavier, West Virginia, Cincinnati, Georgia Tech, Texas A&M, Duquesne, Florida State, and Vanderbilt.”

Who are the newer schools to enter the mix?

“The newest schools are Vanderbilt and Florida State.”

Have you done any zoom calls during your recruitment process?

“I have zoomed with Ohio State, Virginia Tech, Florida State, and Vanderbilt.”

What are you looking for in a college program?

“I’m looking for a college where I can make an immediate impact and just come in and have a great relationship with the coaches and my teammates.”

Where do you stand with a commitment timeline entering your junior season?

“I will most likely be committing this summer.”

Describe your game, briefly?

“I would describe my game as someone who is very versatile, who can guard all positions on defense, score on all three levels on offense, and is just a mismatch problem all around the court.”

Season expectations?

“My season expectations are to win a state championship.”

 
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