GASO: 2 minutes with Andrew Harrison

DUNCANVILLE, Texas - Some call it cockiness. Others call it confidence. However you define it, Andrew Harrison feels like got it right when they recently ranked him the No. 1 player in the country in the Class of 2013.
At the 23rd annual Under Armour Great American Shoot-Out, Harrison, his twin brother Aaron Harrison and the rest of the Houston Defenders Select has shown why their team is one of the best in the nation. In turn, Harrison, a 6-foot-5 ¾, 210-pound point guard from Fort Bend Travis High School, has shown why he should be at the top spot.
Andrew Harrison led his team to big victories against some of the best teams Texas has to offer on Sunday. His resume includes an amazing ability to find the open man with sharp passes -- often times, no-look passes -- and a desire to play quality defense. Senior Writer Damon Sayles had a chance to sit down with Harrison following the Defenders' pool-play game Sunday afternoon against the Dallas Showtyme Elite.
You're ranked No. 1 in the country by Is it a blessing or a curse?
"It's a blessing, man. I'm just trying to get better and prove that I am the best player. I don't want to leave any doubt."
For those who've never seen you play, what's the best part of your game?
"I like getting all my teammates involved. I feel like no one can stop me off the dribble. I'll either do that or score when I need to. I just want to win."
I'm sure the haters come out when they see you, right?
"My dad gets a lot of phone calls saying that this dude or that dude is better than me. I even have kids looking for me. But it's OK, because it keeps me motivated."
You've got all kinds of schools looking at you. Which are some of the biggest ones?
"Kentucky, Kansas, Baylor, Arizona, Texas and Maryland are some of them."
It's been said that you and your brother are a package deal. Is this accurate?
"We've never really been apart before. I'm as close to him as you can be with a sibling."
As the GASO continues tomorrow, what do you want people to remember?
"I'm the best."