The 6-3 Klatsky visited Harvard along with Lewis and is receptive to Amaker’s pitch to bring in all four Ranney players in 2019. “It was a great visit, they really showed us the campus, everything they had to offer,” said Klatsky, who also hears from Lafayette and Seton Hall, among others. “For Scottie and I, it was our first time up there in Boston. “They’re trying to say we can make something happen there. Just change everything and make something happen.” Harvard went 18-10 a year ago, losing to Yale in the semifinals of the inaugural Ivy League Tournament, a game in which former Patrick School point guard Bryce Aiken went off for 28 points.
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