Report: Gary Harris will visit Indiana on October 15

  • 09/01/2011 1:27 pm in

2012 Hamilton Southeastern guard Gary Harris has set dates for official visits to Indiana and Michigan State according to Brian Snow of Scout.com (premium link).

Harris will visit Bloomington on Saturday, October 15 and East Lansing on Saturday, November 5.

The five-star guard’s first official visit to Purdue will take place on Saturday, October 1 when the Boilermakers host Notre Dame for football.

Indiana’s first official practice, Hoosier Hysteria, has taken place on Friday evenings in the past, but with Harris coming in on Saturday, it’s a safe bet to assume this year’s event will be moved. As of right now, no official announcement on the date for Hoosier Hysteria has been made.

Related:

– Q & A: Harris reflects on AAU season, looks ahead (July 30, 2011)
– Recruitment status quo for five-star guard Harris (June 26, 2011)
– NBA Top 100 Camp Q & A: Gary Harris (June 17, 2011)
– Gary Harris discusses recruitment in radio interview (April 30, 2011)
– Gary Harris update: “Everything is still open” (April 25, 2011)
– HD Video: Gary Harris talks AAU, Indiana, recruiting (April 9, 2011)
– Hollowell decision won’t determine Harris’ future (March 22, 2011)

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  • MSU Guest

    It’s interesting how each fan base thinks. Those of us who follow Hondo Carpenter of Spartan Nation believe he is staying in state. Hondo, for those of you that don’t know, is about as “inside” as you can be without being a member of the staff. His personal feeling is that Harris goes to Purdue or Indiana and more often than not when it comes to recruits he nails it.

    Would love to see Harris in Green & White but I think he’s going to Purdue…..

  • Anonymous

    Agree 100% How many 3’s can he hit with wide open looks. I would think he might average 5 a game.

  • Anonymous

    my main angle on it was that playing time may be limited to certain players for that year only but after that spots should open up and the improvement of those players playing with great competition will give them an opportunity for much more playing time after 2012.

  • Anonymous

    my main angle on it was that playing time may be limited to certain players for that year only but after that spots should open up and the improvement of those players playing with great competition will give them an opportunity for much more playing time after 2012.

  • Anonymous

    my main angle on it was that playing time may be limited to certain players for that year only but after that spots should open up and the improvement of those players playing with great competition will give them an opportunity for much more playing time after 2012.

  • Anonymous

    my main angle on it was that playing time may be limited to certain players for that year only but after that spots should open up and the improvement of those players playing with great competition will give them an opportunity for much more playing time after 2012.

  • Anonymous

    my main angle on it was that playing time may be limited to certain players for that year only but after that spots should open up and the improvement of those players playing with great competition will give them an opportunity for much more playing time after 2012.

  • Anonymous

    my main angle on it was that playing time may be limited to certain players for that year only but after that spots should open up and the improvement of those players playing with great competition will give them an opportunity for much more playing time after 2012.

  • Anonymous

    my main angle on it was that playing time may be limited to certain players for that year only but after that spots should open up and the improvement of those players playing with great competition will give them an opportunity for much more playing time after 2012.

  • Anonymous

    also I did have a hard time leaving Hollowell off the first team as well as the juniors.  Hollowell will shine at IU.  My main reasoning was just that he would be a freshman (and watch out for when he is a sophomore – he should be nba bound at some point).  Gary would be a freshman too but from I have heard he has first year nba potential which if as advertised would need to be on the court. Yogi’s main advantage besides how good he is would be his position at the point.  Would be hard to leave an explosive set up man off the court.

  • Anonymous

    Jordan should have a lot of fun come his senior year

  • Anonymous

    they should be successful without GH but I do agree it would not hurt IU to add a player with Gary’s skills

  • Anonymous

    point taken – that’s a debate I have a hard time fully being on either side of.  But as mentioned some players may have circumstances where development wise they may not be on the roster, or a player may truly decide that a different team might be better for them.  This can all happen with mutual respect from both parties.

  • Ryan5877

    If CTC doesn’t land GH will he call and belittle him like he did to recruit Kellen Dunham.  Coach called him after he commited to Butler and chewed him.  I suppose CTC should have offered Dunham when he had the chance.  Those close to Dunham said CTC is nothing more than a good used car salesman.  I hope all future IU recruits read this and think twice before signing.  Good luck CTC, you’re so professional.

  • Ryan5877

    If CTC doesn’t land GH will he call and belittle him like he did to recruit Kellen Dunham.  Coach called him after he commited to Butler and chewed him.  I suppose CTC should have offered Dunham when he had the chance.  Those close to Dunham said CTC is nothing more than a good used car salesman.  I hope all future IU recruits read this and think twice before signing.  Good luck CTC, you’re so professional.