2013 twin guards Aaron & Andrew Harrison from Fort Bend (Tex.) Travis signed their LOIs with Kentucky, as announced by Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari via Twitter.
We have received NLIs from Aaron & Andrew Harrison, #WeAreUK— John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) , Derek Willis and James Young. November 15, 2012
The Harrison twins were long coveted by the Wildcats coaching staff and fan faithful alike. Called the "ultimate package deal," the twins are a pair of five-star guards immediately expected to step into Kentucky's starting lineup. The twins form a formidable backcourt, with Andrew the more pure point guard and Aaron the more elite scorer. They should fit in perfectly to Kentucky's dribble-drive motion offense, and given their size, should also become plus defenders under Calipari.
Calipari wasted no time describing the many talents of the Harrison twins. Of all the elite recruits on board, I'm most excited to see these two in Big Blue next year.
Aaron Harrison is more of a scoring guard who can make shots and make plays at the rim. He can also play some point in a pinch...— John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) November 15, 2012
Andrew comes in ready to play physically at the point-guard position. He’s a driver, slasher and playmaker with great size.— John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) November 15, 2012