Kansas commitment Dajuan Harris jumps in latest Rivals rankings
Class of 2020 point guard Dajuan Harris recently received an Ochai-Agbaji-like bump in the updated Rivals.com rankings.
Harris, a 6-foot-1, 160-pound point guard from Columbia, Mo., who committed to KU in July and continues to work toward completing the necessary academic requirements to get to campus in time for the 2019-20 school year, went from unranked to No. 83 and from a three-star rating to four.
The jump was inevitable in the eyes of many recruiting analysts, who were predicting a spot in the Top 100 at the time Harris committed to KU.
After initially committing to Missouri State as a member of the Class of 2019, Harris changed gears and reclassified into the 2020 class with plans to attend prep school for the 2019-20 season. But after receiving a release from Missouri State and committing to KU, Harris began work to get back into the 2019 class.
Harris has not yet officially signed with the Jayhawks and does not appear on KU’s current roster. If he’s able to complete his academic work in time to join the roster this month, he will fill the 13th and final scholarship the KU men’s basketball program has available.