Four-star point guard Dajuan Harris announced his commitment to Kansas men’s basketball Wednesday via Twitter, filling the 2019-20 Jayhawks roster and securing the 13th and final scholarship.
110% committed 🔵🔴 pic.twitter.com/WWoEuocBL5— Dajuan Harris (@DajuanH10) July 17, 2019
Harris previously had committed to Missouri State but decommitted June 1 and reclassified from the class of 2020 to the class of 2019. He was offered by the Jayhawks July 9 and in just a few short days, verbally committed to Kansas.
Very blessed to receive an offer from the University of Kansas!! pic.twitter.com/bLN2wR3zqb— Dajuan Harris (@DajuanH10) July 9, 2019
Harris — standing at 6-foot-2, 160 pounds — is from Colombia, Missouri, and played high school basketball at Rock Bridge.
According to Rivals, Harris is ranked as the 101st recruit and No. 9 ranked point guard in the class of 2019.
He will be joining the already loaded backcourt of Kansas, which includes sophomore point guard Devon Dotson and incoming freshman point guard Isaac McBride.
Harris will also be one of five freshmen on scholarship, including guards McBride, Tristan Enaruna and Christian Braun, and forward Jalen Wilson.