Dude is a beast he can flat out score and he can pass the ball even though he dont get enough credit I seen him live his high school is like 45 minutes from where I live he's bout 5'11-6'0 foot but he has long arms i hope he plays well next year not sure if he's a one and done he shouldnt be but i see him as 1st round material he is skinny though.
I posted a thread on him last month and no one really ersponded. Dude is a flat out baller. His jump shot has improved so much that it is hard to believe that was seen as his weakness in recent years. Unfortunately, he has been having health problems (Injury, flu, fainting on court, etc.) . Ceiling could be NBA pace changer w/ a jumper. Like him a lot. Seen many of games and always impressed with effort, handles, jump shot, and maturity.
This is from his junior year and before his revamped J.
Yeah he got sick a basketball tournament he had the flu he still scored 35 and had 10 assists he need to gain some weight and get some muscle.
dude is a straight up blur with the basketball
He's not a 1 and done player at all. I've seen him play a bunch as well being from GA, but he's not anywhere near a good enough pure PG to declare as a freshman. He also needs to work on his shooting consistency and defense. He's flashy and can get to the rim on anyone, as well as being able to get hot shooting, but he's got things he can work on. He reminds me of Quincy Douby, but I think he'll be less reliant on his shot than him, for the better. He needs time though. He's a highlight rell player, but he's at least a 3 year college guy.
he reminds me of lou williams.....the kid has some arms on him though
He reminds you of Williams 'cause they look damn near identical, but their games aren't alike. I like this kids game a lot. He's quick, has some bounce, has a ridiculous handle and some of the longest arms I've ever seen. If he can work on elevating more on his jumper, tightening up his release and adding 15lbs or so of muscle he'll be a beast. Seriously doubt he's 1-and-done, but if he can add what was brought up he could go lotto in 3 years.
Agree. 3-4yrs. Douby is a good call, but Doubs was a bomber more than a break down guard. As for Lou Williams, Harrow is only 6ft and thin as a rail. His build actually reminds me of Brandon Jennings more than anyone. Will be a terror in college. Can't wait to watch the ankles start popping!
I thought he reminded me like Rondo more than any NBA player. Great skills.
did I mention that he has the most annoying voice...ever? hear for yourself!
Yeah i seen that video he sound like a little 4 year old his voice hs no base he has to be at least 17 and he sound like a little toddler
I'd hate to have to guard him. It's one thing to get straight up embarrassed multiple times in the same game, but to hear him talk trash for 32+ minutes? Nuh-uh...........
I'd say he isn't quite as explosive or fast as Jennings though, thats why he isn't in that same one and done class. He will be around for 2 or 3 years is my guess. Anybody who thinks he is a sleeper is mistaken, Harrow is a top 25-30 player in just about every publication.
The problem with Harrow from an NBA standpoint is that he would be pretty small and not all that fast for an NBA pg. I don' t see his body ever bieng strong at the next level, he will have to be a shooter.
There's nothing wrong with being a 3-4 year player. Most kids don't have that amazing undeniable talent to just make the jump after 1 year. In hindsight, we'd all take deron williams/chris paul(even tho 2 yrs) before taking a mike conley or a sebastian telfair. It takes longer for point guards to develop and understand what it truly means to be a floor general capable of running a team. Anyway I can't wait to see this kid Harrow play next year along with Lorenzo Brown who's at prep school this year. Hopefully this recruiting class along with who Sidney Lowe picked up last year on the recruiting trail could bring NC State back to relevancy in the ACC. And Harrow is far from one and done. I don't see how that could even come to mind. For him to even be a major contributor as a Freshman PG in the ACC would be an accomplishment before we even start talkin first rounder. Let these kids develop...