Top-100 recruit Bryce Aiken commits to Harvard over Seton Hall

Tommy Amaker has his point guard position set for the future with the addition of Bryce Aiken.
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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.

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.