Maryland Basketball Recruiting: Harrison Twins, Father At Odds Over Choice, According To Report

Highly sought-after 2013 college basketball recruits Andrew and Aaron Harrison have apparently narrowed their final choice to Maryland or Kentucky, but it appears they may have a different final destination in mind than their father. Via Adam Zagoria of SNY.tv:

Andrew and Aaron Harrison have a different opinion than their father on where they should go to college, a Division 1 source close to the recruitment told SNY.tv.

"The boys want to go to Kentucky, the dad wants them to go to Maryland," the source said. "The dad's from there. He and [Maryland coach] Mark Turgeon have known each other a long time since Mark's days at Texas A&M. But the boys want to go to Kentucky."

The twin 6'5" guards are both ranked in the Top 5 of the 2013 class by ESPN and Rivals. They are expected to announce their joint decision one day after their birthday from their Texas high school, on Oct 29.

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