As soon as the news was announced, many expected him to go to Kentucky. There were even reports from numerous "sources" claiming that Harrow was on the UK campus after his decision to transfer.
In the end, Matt Jones of KSR and Garrett Tucker of Nationofblue.com both confirmed that the reports were untrue and that he hasn't made a visit to UK yet.
He has received interest from many college programs across the nation but only a select few will get a visit out of talented transfer.
Harrow has set up visits next week to Georgia, Louisville, Kentucky, St. John's and Texas, he said via Twitter.
He also added, "My mom and I will go to the school and make the best decision."
Harrow averaged 9.3 points and 3.3 assist in his freshman season but is expected to improve from his frosh season.
Harrow will have three years of eligibility left and will have to sit out a year before lacing up his shoes and getting back to action for whatever college he choses per NCAA rules.
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