Top-100 recruit Bryce Aiken commits to Harvard over Seton Hall
Harvard scored a top-100 recruit in the Class of 2016, as point guard Bryce Aiken announced his decision via Twitter on Thursday afternoon.
The 6-foot floor general from The Patrick School in New Jersey committed to the Crimson over Seton Hall and Miami, the other two finalists.
Most difficult decision of my life but here it goes: I have decided to commit & spend the upcoming 4 years of my life @ Harvard University.Article continues below ...
— Bryce Aiken (@BryceAiken) October 8, 2015
With Siyani Chambers returning for the 2016-17 season, Aiken will likely serve as a reserve during his freshman season in Cambridge. But the future of Harvard basketball looks promising with Aiken joining the freshmen backcourt of Corey Johnson and Tommy McCarthy.
Seton Hall gained a commitment from fellow top-100 recruit Myles Powell back on Sept. 19. Kevin Willard was looking to pair the two Jersey guards together in his Class of 2016.