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6'4" Harris attends Grayson HS in Loganville, GA.  He played AAU for the 16U Atlanta Celtics on the Adidas circuit.  PUke is heavily recruiting him and has a very strong "in" as Harris is the son of of former Boilermaker Glenn Robinson.  In their latest rankings, 247 has him #122 and Rivals at #82.

In the Hudl link below, the first game highlighted back in February was against Jakai Newton's team.

@Gicarri1

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https://purdue.rivals.com/news/georgia-s-gicarri-harris-is-a-priority-target-for-purdue

 

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Commentary on Harris from On The Radar Thanksgiving Showcase - The 6’4″ guard out of Grayson, Gicarri Harris, is a man among boys. It’s hard to believe Harris is only a junior as it always seems his play looks effortless. Harris can beat you in a multitude of ways and was one of the more impressive rebounders I saw in his relentless fight to always come up with the ball. Harris finished with 24 in the win over Tri-Cities and I expect Grayson to make a very deep run once March hits. Harris has multiple high major D1 offers.

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More on Harris from On The Radar Thanksgiving Showcase - Harris struggled in the Rams match-up with Pebblebrook at the OTR Tip-Off Classic last Saturday. Foul trouble limited his minutes and ultimately kept him from impacting the game like we have come to expect from the 6-4 guard. All of that changed on Wednesday night as he led all scorers with 24 points in a win over Tri-Cities. Harris played the game at full throttle leading his team to a 26-point victory. He disrupted the opponents’ offense by jumping passing lanes He was equally as effective on the offensive end by splitting defenders and attacking the rim in transition.

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