Found March 31, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
We knew when Kentucky head coach John Calipari signed his monster 2013 recruiting class that the dominoes would start to fall in regards to players on his current roster. Calipari’s embattled point guard is the first to go.  CBSSports.com is reporting that point guard Ryan Harrow is going to transfer to Georgia State. Harrow who was a North Carolina State commit before transferring to Kentucky never quite fit in Calipari’s scheme.  Add on the fact that the Harrison twins, most notably top point guard prospect Andrew Harrison, are on their way to Lexington, and it was only a matter of time anyway. Harrow for his part will try to get a waiver to be eligible immediately, based on the health issues his father is currently having.
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