Harvard once again has one of the top recruiting classes in the entire country, and they added to it on Thursday.
Bryce Aiken, a top 100 guard out of New Jersey, committed to the Crimson on Thursday afternoon. The 6-foot point guard announced the decision on his twitter account.
“Most difficult decision of my life but here it goes: I have decided to commit and spend the upcoming four years of my life at Harvard University,” he wrote.
Aiken, who is ranked 100th in the Class of 2016 by Rivals, ultimately picked Harvard over Miami and Seton Hall. He’s the fifth member of Tommy Amaker’s recruiting class, joining Rivals top 150 forwards Chris Lewis and Robert Baker, three star wing Seth Towns and Christian Juzang.
Aiken will likely play behind Siyani Chambers as a freshman, as Chambers left Harvard this season in order to preserve his final year of eligibility. He’ll compete with Tommy McCarthy for the starting point guard spot down the road.