Zion Harmon said his move from the Bluff City Legends to Bradley Beal Elite (BBE) was because of “politics.” Currently he is coming off the bench for his new team and is still trying to fit in. Harmon wants to contribute more,”with the way I had to move teams.. they don’t really understand everything I can give.”
The 5’11” 165lbs point guard has good vision and is a quality shooter. He hit two threes very quickly after coming into the game for BBE when they played Mokan Elite on Friday at the EYBL stop in Atlanta. Currently Harmon is only averaging 6.8 points per game for his new team, but he is capable of much more. He averaged 32.7 per game in high school at Adair County last season.
Harmon knows there are things he can get better at, “Main thing I’m trying to improve on is getting to the basket more.”
There are rumors that he will reclassify from 2021 to 2020, Harmon said that he is, “still thinking about that.”
Harmon listed his scholarship offers as; New Mexico, Jacksonville, Missouri, Western Kentucky, Stephen F. Austin, Creighton, SMU and Vanderbilt.
When asked if he hoped any other schools would get involved with his recruitment, Harmon shook his head and said, “Whatever ones come, those are the ones that come.”