Jaden Harris is considered one of the top freshman in the state of Georgia. Photo Cred – Kowacie Reeves 

By: @HypesouthMedia

There are first year varsity players, then there is Jaden Harris. The talent possessed by the wide-eyed 15-year-old has next level written all over it. Running with the 2021 Georgia Stars, Harris wreaked havoc on the travel circuit this offseason and has carried that momentum over into preseason individual events. In fact, after a recent workout, Georgia State and Georgia Tech extended scholarship offers to the Middle-Georgia product. With all eyes seemingly on him, Harris will not let complacency set in. “It felt good getting the offers, but now I have to work even harder. I can’t take my foot off the pedal. I want to be one of the top players in my class.” Already a Division-I one prospect, expectations are sky-high for the 6-foot-4 true freshman heading into the 2017-18 school ball season, and he welcomes the challenges. “My goals for this season are to come in and do whatever coach asks me to do, be a great teammate, play hard on every possession, and be as productive as possible.” Harris believes that Stratford Academy (GA) has the talent to compete for a state championship, noting the depth and experience returning to a team that reached the Georgia High School Association’s postseason sweet-sixteen a year ago.

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Kowacie Reeves is a contributor to On the Radar Hoops.

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