Flournoy, Harjo, Harmon, Moore Commit

Flournoy, Harjo, Harmon, Moore Commit
Demauri Flournoy

Rori Harmon of Houston, Texas, is the first big commitment in the new era at UT. *Photo by Chris Hansen.

This past weekend was as busy as any this spring with elite players coming off the board in 2021.

Class of 2021 guard Rori Harmon of Cy Creek High School (Texas) chose Texas.  

Harmon came in to the BrandonClayScouting.com Elite 32 last summer and shut the thing down. She is a dynamic option who will give the Longhorns a small yet shifty point guard similar to former Longhorn Brooke McCarty. Harmon is even more advanced offensively at the same stage as McCarty was.  – Brandon Clay (July 2019)



Class of 2021 forward Aaliyah Moore of Moore, Oklahoma, committed to Texas.  

Moore had a slow start and a strong finish at the USA Trials.  She was at her best ripping and attacking from the high post.  She has a terrific spin move that she sets up really well in the mid-post and high-post.  She struggled finishing a little bit against longer defenders but figured it out later in trials.  Her ability to adjust her game was impressive.  This was a rare occasion she wasn't the biggest player on the floor.  – Chris Hansen (May 2019)


Class of 2021 point guard De’Mauri Flournoy of Carrollton, Georgia, is headed to Vanderbilt.

Flournoy has a bounce, pace that reminds me of Brooke Moore (Purdue guard). Defensively, Flournoy stood out here with her willingness to be active and make plays. Offensively, she is very much a pace / tempo setter for her teammates.  – Brandon Clay (March 2020)


Central Florida lands a versatile frontcourt addition for the Class of 2021 forward Raycheal Harjo of Moore, Oklahoma.

Harjo is a post player with nice bounce in her legs. She has great versatility to play either on the block or in the high post while defending the arc.  – Jonathan Hemingway (July 2019)


More Commitment News: Conner, Miles Wilson (link)



Brandon Clay serves as the Director of Scouting for ProspectsNation.com and owns The BrandonClayScouting.com Evaluation Report, which is read by more than 200 colleges and universities nationwide. He also serves as the Executive Skills Director for the Brandon Clay Scouting Academy Series.


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