Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup

Maryland fans looking to get a glimpse of the Harrison twins will have one last chance before the end of the summer.

Andrew Harrison, the country's top-ranked point guard, and Aaron Harrison, the nation's top-ranked shooting guard, will team up in the Under Armour Elite 24 All-Star Game on Saturday in Venice Beach, Calif. The game will be televised on ESPNU at 7 p.m. SLAM writer Franklyn Calle posted a breakdown of the event.

Aside from the aforementioned studs, the game will feature Andrew Harrison, who’s without question the best point guard in the nation. Think strength, speed, high basketball IQ, and triple-threat—that’s what you get from Harrison. I’ve literally seen him take three people with him to the hole. Staying on the point guard topic, the top point guard in the 2014 class, Tyus Jones, will also be playing this year. If only Jones and Harrison could be on opposite teams, that would be another great match-up to look out for. Another highly touted point guard is North Carolina-bound Nate Britt. In addition, the top shooting guard in the country, and twin brother of Andrew, Aaron will be in attendance.

Adam Zagoria reported this week that the Harrisons are planning to visit SMU at some point this fall.

The twins are considering Kentucky, Maryland, Baylor, Villanova and SMU and said they had no specific visit dates set.

Check out a new video below of the Harrison twins off the court earlier this summer.

** St. Frances junior power forward Dwayne Morgan will make an unofficial visit to Maryland on Saturday, according to his coach at Under Armour B'more Finest.

** Suitland senior point guard and Terps target Roddy Peters will visit Xavier this weekend and Georgetown on Monday, according to InsideMDSports.

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