His dad said no other visits are planned after that. As for reclassifying, Zion is on track to have that option for 2020. “He could, he could,” Mike said. “If he announces that he’s going to Seton Hall and they need him for 2020 or wherever he goes, I could see him once school is out, going on campus and getting ready to play.” It’s also possible he could play the Nike EYBL circuit this summer with Boo Williams and then going to college in the fall. He could also spend his senior year in high school and “take all college courses so by the time he gets to college he has a year under his belt.” Mike said the reclass plan has been in the works for several years. “Our whole goal since the time he’s been in the seventh grade, he took six cores as a freshman, six as a sophomore and he’s finished his core work already, so our goal was to give him the opportunity to have the option to do that,” Mike said of reclassifying. “‘That’s always been on our plate as a possibility. “It just so happens with that Seton Hall as well as Maryland and Louisville, all of them need point guards this year. Zion will target March 12 for a decision on reclassifying and choosing a college. “I think by March 12, whatever he decides to do, it will be clear whether he’s going to do 2020 or stay 2021,” Mike said. “I think everything will be clear.” This story has been updated.
2021 5 ⭐️ PG Zion Harmon has (2) upcoming visits this month. The 1st this wkend at Seton Hall and Kansas on Jan. 26th the 5 ⭐️ PG states he will make his college decision in March…..— Boo Williams (@BooWilliamsAAU) January 6, 2020
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