Harris Becomes 5th Mustang's Player to Commit
"When I took my visit I liked the coaching staff and the players that I met, and their engineer program is great and that is what I want to go in to." Quentin Harris told All Eyes on U Hoops on his decision to end his recruitment and commit to Michigan Tech. The 6'8 2013 Olivet star played AAU with the very talented Michigan Mustangs which was an adjustment at first. "My playing time was limited which I wasn't use to." Harris said "But it prepared me for the next level getting to play with so many talented players." Harris did say he enjoyed playing with them. "It was a lot of fun, anytime you get to win a lot, that is never a bad thing."
At Olivet for his senior year Harris will go back to his normal role of scorer. "We lost a lot, but we should be ok." Harris said. "If we keep working and play as a team we could be really good, I am going to be asked to do a lot." Harris is working on his skills aways from the basket right now. "My quickness and conditioning and really all skills aways from the basket." In the paint is where Quentin excels. "My defense is really strong and I have improved my post moves a lot." Harris said.
As far as the recruiting process in general Harris had both positive and negative things to say about it. "It was hectic and stressful at times, and I am glad it is over." Though Harris added "I did enjoy talking to college coaches and playing at different AAU events and summer camps." As for his college career at Michigan Tech Quentin is not putting too much pressure on himself. "I 'm just going to help the team as much as I can, by doing what ever I can do." Harris said.