Andrew Harrison and Aaron Harrison Stay with Kentucky Wildcats and Will Not Enter NBA Draft
Andrew Harrison and Aaron Harrison were always going to leave school at the same time. Heck, they are identical twins for goodness sakes. Not a lot of people would have predicted that they would have stayed in school for another season though, but that is now the world we live in.
I noticed the news on twitter, and it should be interesting to see how the Harrison twins blend in with next year’s talented recruiting class.
Aaron and Andrew Harrison have decided against NBA Draft, will return to Kentucky for sophomore seasons, source tells Yahoo Sports.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) April 25, 2014
My bet is that Karl Towns Jr. is going to gel quite well with the twins, but they will also struggle as a squad to get back to the Final Four next season. There have been some whispers around the Kentucky Wildcats that John Calipari might leave Lexington, but I do not see that happening after the twins decided to stay. It was probably not the main determining factor, but it also probably did not hurt his chances of staying.
Prep sports is going to kick it up into another gear as we enter the late Spring, and I am excited for you all to see where Rant Sports goes in the next year. Basketball just keeps getting more fun folks, and just know that I am enjoying the second golden age.
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