Harrison Twins Decision: How Twins Picking Kentucky Affects College Basketball

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Harrison Twins Decision: How Twins Picking Kentucky Affects College Basketball
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In a commitment that rocked the college basketball world, the Harrison twins chose Kentucky over Maryland and SMU.

The best package deal in the history of college basketball recruiting couldn't turn down an offer to play for the best recruiter in history and a team that won the national championship last season, and John Calipari has landed the biggest commitment in his incredible recruiting career.

This is the biggest day in college basketball recruiting in years, topping even that of Shabazz Muhammad and Nerlens Noel's decision day earlier this year (a day which led to Noel picking Kentucky).

Andrew and Aaron are the No. 3 and No. 4 players, respectively, in a stacked Class of 2013 and will comprise arguably the best backcourt in college basketball in the 2013-14 season.

This decision makes a monumental impact on the college basketball world that cannot be stressed enough, so let's break it down piece by piece.

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