ESPN Scouting Report:
Aaron is the twin brother of Andrew and the two don’t just share similarities in regards to looks. Their games are very closely related due to a high skill level and IQ for the game. Aaron does a great job of sprinting the floor in transition for spot up 3′s. On dribble penetration he finds the open area of the floor for penetrate and kicks, and can really knock them down when his feet are set. In the half court set Aaron knows how to use screens and good footwork allows him to get shot ready once he clears the screen. Defensively, Harrison has the size and length to lock down on the perimeter. He can give smaller guys a little space while using his length to contest shots or use his physicality to push guys off screens to the perimeter. A decent rebounder at his position, Aaron has a good knack for knowing where the ball is going off the rim and getting there.
Harrison already has a big strong body but must continue to work and maintain it. He also could be a better rebounder at times and if he wants to play the point he will need to hone those skills ballhandling, passing and setting the offense in which he is very capable. Like his brother, he has a tendency to allow his emotions (bad body language) affect his production. Overall this young player has very few weakneess but must stay hungry to continue to get better.
Harrison is a terrific shooting guard that can score to the arc and with his smooth middle game. He also uses his ability to shoot the ball to help him get shots for teammates when he attacks multiple defenders. Harrison has great size, skill and feel for the game. He can get on a role and knock down jumpers with great acurreancy. Harrison can also play the point in a pinch but he seems to think and operate more like a shooting guard. Big time size and talented perimeter player.