Kentucky Wildcats Recruiting: Harrison Twins to Attend Big Blue Madness

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Again. Andrew Harrison and Aaron Harrison, twin guards from Fort Bend Travis (Tex.), will attend Big Blue Madness this year, according to Scout's Josh Gershon. The Harrisons were the only hoopsters from the 2013 class to attend Big Blue Madness in 2011. ESPN had reported that the Harrisons were considering a visit to Maryland for Midnight Madness.

Their father, Aaron Harrison, Sr., had previously indicated that the Harrisons would not visit Kentucky again before making their decision. He stated that previous visits has shown "all I need to know."

Obviously, another visit by the Harrisons should be considered nothing but good news regarding Kentucky's chances to land the twins. The Harrisons are down to Kentucky and Maryland, with SMU considered a distant third. Currently, 2013 center Marcus Lee and 2014 point guard Jaquan Lyle are the only two confirmed visitors for Big Blue Madness.

A recent report by Adam Zagoria of ZagsBlog.com claimed that the Harrisons and their father were split on the Kentucky-Maryland decision. Should the Harrisons follow through with their visit Kentucky for Big Blue Madness as reported, I would say there's a pretty clear favorite.

UPDATE by Glenn:

Aaron Sr. again denies report:

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