Gary Harris's decision came down two two schools and he was torn betwen the two until making his decision this evening.
His final two schools were Michigan State and Indiana.
Harris, his family and Hamilton Southeastern coach Brian Satterfield met last night and Harris and Satterfield talked again today. Satterfield called Harris around 7:30 tonight to see if Harris had made a decision and Harris told him he had just called the college coaches.
The serious discussions began in last night's meeting.
"We just threw a lot of things out there at him," Satterfield said. "It was a good meeting. His mom and dad threw a lot of their opinions out there. The biggest thing was getting him to speak what was on his mind, what his thoughts were. We tried to bring out a lot of the things we'd done in the first meeting a year and a half ago, what his top priorities were and see if any of that had changed, the take the schools on his list and figure out where those schools ranked in terms of that.
"Basically it came down to two and he was torn between them. With everything that was said, from a coaching standing, I'm always trying to give him all the insights, playing devil's advocate and making sure he's positive with the decision he's making.
"I don't think he could have gone wrong with either one."
Satterfield said he wasn't sure if Harris had made a decision until the two talked after practice tonight.
"I called him after we got done with practice around 7:30 and asked what his thoughts were. I wanted to see if he'd made a decision, see if he wanted me to say anything, and he said he'd just talked to all the coaches," Satterfield said.
In addition to Michigan State and Indiana, Harris' other finalists were Kentucky and Purdue.
"I don't think he could have gone wrong with any of the schools there, not only from the athletic standpoint but from the academic standpoint and that's an important thing to the family," Satterfield.