Kentucky landed two of the nation's top basketball recruits in one swoop, when twins Andrew and Aaron Harrison of Richmond (Texas) Travis High committed to the Wildcats. "We liked coach (John) Calipari's fire to win and we want to win a national championship," Andrew told ESPN.com. Added Aaron: "Also, Coach Calipari didn't guarantee anything and we liked that." The Harrisons twins selected Kentucky over Maryland and SMU. The twins are the highest-rated basketball twins to come out of high school. Andrew is the top point guard and No. 2 overall prospect in the ESPN 100, while Aaron is No. 4 overall and top-rated shooting guard in the nation. "I am very happy that Andrew and Aaron made their own decision," said their father, Aaron Harrison Sr. "They weighed all the facts and made their decision and it never changed."
By The Sports Xchange October 5, 2012 11:40 AM