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Eron Harris wasn't surprised when West Virginia showed late interest in him during the recruiting process. The Lawrence North High School product was expecting more attention after a solid summer season, so when the Mountaineers came calling, he took it as a matter of course.

Coming from basketball rich Indianapolis, Harris is at a crossroads of the game, and after a season of excellent AAU play and a win in a high school summer league in the area, the shooting guard had piled up contacts. Wisconsin, Dayton, Xavier, Minnesota, New Mexico and Colorado were just some of the teams to get in touch with Harris. As a result, it wasn't a shock to see another team put its hat... Recommended Stories

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During an official visit Eron Harris made a verbal pledge to Bob Huggins and West Virginia.