Five-star Class of 2024 guard Dylan Harper drops top 5 schools

, the 6-foot-5, 180-pound guard from Don Bosco Prep (NJ) and the New York Rens AAU program, dropped his top five schools on Tuesday. The five-star guard is down to Auburn, Duke, Kansas, Indiana and Rutgers. He has given no timeline on a decision and his mother, Maria, Tweeted recently that he’ll decide when he’s ready. (Zag's Blog)


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