One of the top fifty juniors in the entire nation has trimmed his list of offers down to six schools. After initially releasing a top twelve back in October, Juke Harris has now cut that list in half. 

Harris, a 6’5” wing guard of Salisbury High School (NC) and Team Loaded, had Clemson, Georgetown, Houston, LSU, Mississippi State, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Virginia, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest as a part of his list of twelve. 

The four schools from that past list to make the list of six are LSU, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest. As well, two new schools were included, Kansas and Miami. Both Kansas and Miami had offered Harris following his initial list, doing so back in December. 

Over the past year, Harris has been one of the fastest rising players in the 2024 class in the nation. He entered last spring with a lone division one offer from Western Carolina. Following the grassroots season playing with Team Loaded he became one of the more sought after 2024 guards in the nation having received well over twenty offers by the end this past summer.