Moravian Prep is loaded with talent this season and one prospect that should elevate them this season is 2020 combo guard Jamahri Harvey. Harvey joins Moravian after spending last season at Northwood Temple Academy, where he put up 15.1 points, 3.4 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.6 steals per game. He shot 42.9 percent from behind the arc and since then has really picked up his play on the hardwood. Now, he's getting looks from numerous mid-major programs. Here's a glimpse at his recruiting and development in his own words.
Q: You're another prospect that's moved to Moravian Prep after attending Northwood Temple. Explain the move from your perspective.
Jamahri Harvey: Really I just felt like Moravian is a program that works hard and get after it every day. They put in a lot of hours and that's what I feel like I needed for myself to get better and I feel like it'll best prepare me for the next level.
Q: Your recruitment has really picked up this past summer. What are some schools recruiting you the most?
JH: The hardest right now would probably Elon. St. Bonaventure, Hofstra, Robert Morris, Quinnipiac and Rider University. Those are probably the schools recruiting me the hardest right now.
Q: What part of your game has seen the most improvement approaching your final season?
JH: Definitely shooting off the dribble. I've always been able to shoot but for me to come in and run the point, I'll have the ball in my hands a lot. So for me to be able to come off screens and shoot off the dribble is definitely something that's improved a lot and gets me more in a groove.
Q: What sets you apart from other players in the 2020 class?
JH: Personally, I feel like I can do it all. I can score, I can get my teammates involved and I can also come down on the other end and get stops and lock up the opponent's best player.
Q: What are you looking forward to the most this season?
JH: Winning, especially the John Wall Invitational. We want to win the John Wall, that would be a big accomplishment on our part and I think we can come in and get it done.
Harvey is set to have a productive senior season with Moravian Prep alongside his teammates. He's currently enjoying an official visit to Hofstra this weekend as well.