Five-Star Wing Harrison Ingram ‘Excited’ About Official to Purdue

Jason Jordan

After taking his first official visit to Stanford in the fall, St. Mark’s (Dallas) wing Harrison Ingram is all set for official visit No. 2, this time to Purdue.

Ingram will be in attendance when the Boilermakers host Indiana on Thursday.

“I am really excited for the visit,” Harrison said. “I’ve been up there once and had a great time and know the atmosphere is top notch. I’m looking forward mostly to the game for sure. I’ve seen videos of how loud and rowdy the fans are and would love to see myself.”

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Ingram visited North Carolina for the Duke game on Feb. 8 and has also scheduled a visit to Texas Tech on March 7.

Ingram said he may potentially take a visit to Memphis but is “still working with the coaches on an exact date.”

The Tigers offered Ingram after seeing him score 22 points and grab eight rebounds in a game against Prolific Prep (Napa, Calif.) at the Thanksgiving Hoopfest in November.

Prolific Prep features McDonald’s All American guards Jalen Green and Nimari Burnett.

“Memphis is definitely getting a visit sometime soon,” Harrison said.

Harrison recently led St. Mark’s to a state title and averaged 20 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists this season.

He said he plans to set up more visits in the spring, after he sifts through his long list of other offers including Texas, Baylor, Marquette, SMU, Georgetown, Kansas, UCLA and many more.

Harrison said the coaches rave about the 6-foot-6 forward’s versatility and ability to play multiple positions.

“They see me as playing 1-3 and coming in and playing right away,” Harrison said. “They love my versatility and ability to play-make for myself and others.”