I don’t know what to do with myself if there isn’t a football commitment or some sort of transfer news or baseball happening right now.
Texas Tech announced the signing of Oregon guard De’Vion Harmon. Harmon played two years at Oklahoma before transferring to Oregon last year and will have two years eligible at Texas Tech.
Harmon is coming off a junior season at Oregon where he averaged 10.8 points, 2.1 assists (73 total), 1.3 steals and shot 36.7 percent on 3-pointers. A 6-foot-2 guard who started 34 of 35 games, he scored a season-high 21 points against Stanford in a game where he was 8-for-15 from the field with three 3-pointers. He finished the season scoring in double figures in 21 of 35 games played, including going for 19 points in a win over Utah State in the opening round of the N.I.T. before scoring 12 points against Texas A&M in a loss that ended the season. Harmon was the team leader with 46 steals, including a season-best four steals against USC where he also had 13 points.
Something to watch out for, Canadian guard Elijah Fisher (6-6/195) is a 2023 4-star shooting guard that could reclassify as a 2022 player and Austin Massey, who works for Inside the Red Raiders, predicted that he would sign with the good guys. I don’t know if that will happen, but it is something to watch.
Red Raider Sports’ Ben Golan has a Q&A with incoming signees and up first is Tavares Elston, Jr.
What was your favorite part of the recruiting process?
“My favorite part of the recruiting process was when I made my commitment to Coach McGuire and my Texas Tech family knowing my capability of becoming the upcoming next big thing in the Big 12.”