Ryan Harrow came out of Marietta, Georgia as the consensus No. 22 recruit in the nation, sandwiched between Jalen Kendrick and Ray McCallum. While McCallum has gone on to star for his father at Detroit, Harrow and Kendrick have taken similar paths.
Kendrick began his career at Memphis, but never played a game after being kicked off the team. His next stop was Ole Miss, after sitting out a year, and he put in one season there. Then it was on to Indian Hills CC before committing to UNLV where he'll play next season.
Harrow, for his part, began his career at NC State before transferring to Kentucky. He sat out last season while the team won a national title, and then played decent minutes this year. But with a sickness in the family and a ridiculous recruiting class coming in, Harrow is moving on again. This time it's to Georgia State where he can be close to his family.
That's two consensus top-25 recruits who are now enrolling at their 3rd Division I school.