UK Signees Selected to 2013 USA Junior National Select Team


Team will play in 2013 Nike Hoop Summit

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky men’s basketball signees Aaron and Andrew Harrison have been selected to the 2013 USA Junior National Select Team that will participate against the World Team in the 2013 Nike Hoop Summit.

The Harrison twins, from Richmond, Texas, were 2012 USA Basketball Men’s U18 National Team Training Camp participants and are two of 10 players selected to represent team USA in the Hoop Summit.

The oldest of the Harrison twins by a minute, Aaron Harrison is ranked the No. 1 shooting guard in the country by all three recruiting services, while Rivals and Scout both rank him the fourth overall prospect in the country. ESPNU Recruiting ranks him fifth.

Andrew is ranked as the top point guard in the country by all three recruiting services and the third-best prospect in the country by ESPNU Recruiting and Scout. Rivals ranks him as the fifth-best prospect.

The 2013 Nike Hoop Summit will be played at 4 p.m. (PDT) on Saturday, April 20 at the Rose Garden in Portland, Ore.

  • Todd

    Calipari has made UK basketball a dominate force.Although everyone knows UK has always been a major player as history speaks for it self.I remember the Joe B Hall days when we had Multiple McDonald All Americans on the team each year.

  • http://www.facebook.com/tim.carl.1048 Tim Carl

    The first U.K. Team I remember were Rupp’s Runts and there are only four names I remember off the top of my head and they are – Louie Dampier, Pat Riley, Larry Conley, Tommy Kron. I guess that is because it was near the beginning of my grade school BB career. I remember the unusual name Cotton Nash and loved Cawood Ledford who could bring games to life and there was never any doubt which team he was for. I used to sit in the bedroom in the dark with just my radio and be entertained as if I was at the game.
    Joe B. did a great job following a legend but had to coach against a legend coach from UCLA who was getting players like U.K. is now. I hope Cal ends up with similar results but know this is a different time and era.