I understand that Harris recently visited UGA and was offered a scholarship by Coach Fox.
Seems that Damontre Harris is a bit of a late bloomer. He played well at the NBPA Camp, where he was mentored by none other than UGA grad, Jarvis Hayes.
Harris has picked up a few offers, including Georgia, Auburn, South Carolina, and Boston College, according to Scout.com.
Harris averaged 5 points, 12 rebounds and 5 blocked shots last year playing for Trinity Christian. My concern is that if Harris manages just two baskets a game against what might be considered not the highest level of competition, he may end up overmatched in the SEC.
Although my personal preference is that Georgia go after center prospects who overpower guys to rebound and dunk the ball, if Harris is good enough for Jarvis, he's good enough for me.
It will be tough for Coach Fox to manage the scholarships he has available. The only graduate after next season will be Albert Jackson. Georgia desperately needs a shooter, so we'll have to see how the Harris offer and the associated scholarship numbers turn out.