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Newest Kansas Commit Dajuan Harris Now A 4-Star Prospect

Kansas' band playing during a basketball game.

SAN ANTONIO - APRIL 07: The Kansas Jayhawks band performs before taking on the Memphis Tigers during the 2008 NCAA Men's National Championship game at the Alamodome on April 7, 2008 in San Antonio, Texas. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

The Kansas Jayhawks still don't know for sure whether Dajuan Harris will be joining them in 2019 or 2020. But they do know that his stock in rising following a new rankings update.

Per KUSports, Harris has been re-ranked as a four-star prospect in the latest rankings from Rivals. He was previously unranked by the recruiting outlet.

247Sports updated its rankings too. As a potential 2019 recruit, he is ranked No. 93 in the nation and the No. 7 point guard in the country. Harris is also the top prospect from the state of Missouri.

Kansas managed to get Harris to flip his commitment from Missouri State earlier this summer. He told 247Sports at the time that he wanted to play for Bill Self and win a national title.

"The reasons why I'm committing to the University of Kansas is to play for a Hall of Fame coach and the best coach in the country," Harris said. "Coach [Jerrance] Howard is the best recruiter in the country and made me feel wanted and let me know he got my back, and I want to win a National Championship."

However, Dajuan Harris' ability to join Kansas in 2019 hinges on his ability to complete necessary coursework. If he doesn't do so before the fall, he may be forced to wait until 2020.

Nevertheless, Kansas has reportedly been keeping their 13th and final scholarship slot available in the event Harris is able to join.