RYAN HARROW RUMORS & GOSSIP
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...
via CBS Sports:
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...
With Kentucky’s recruiting class for the 2012-2013 season looking to be the best in college basketball history, current UK players have had some decisions to make.
Earlier today, Ryan Harrow announced that he will be transferring to Georgia State.
Ryan Harrow will transfer to Georgia State, likely opening a door for an offer and commitment from Dominique Hawkins.
Kentucky confirmed Sunday that sophomore point guard Ryan Harrow intends to leave the program and transfer to Georgia State.
News broke on Sunday morning that Kentucky guard Ryan Harrow would be leaving the program and headed to Georgia State. Harrow is a Georgia native, and wanted to be closer to his ailing father. Before this season began, Harrow’s father had a stroke and is not recovering well.
I’m sure we all could guess that Harrow would be leaving the program in some way. With the Harrison twins...
Marshall Henderson was definitely feeling himself after Ole Miss knocked off Wisconsin 57-46 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Friday, because he got on his Twitter account and started going nuts despite his poor shooting performance.
Henderson already predicted that Ole Miss was going to advance to the Sweet 16 in Los Angeles before even knowing whom Ole Miss would be facing...
Kentucky lost yet another must-win game to be guaranteed a bid to go dancing in the NCAA Tournament on Friday. After UK was blown out by Vanderbilt in the SEC Tournament, March Madness turned into sadness for the the Big Blue Nation — but yesterday’s game seemed to have affected more than just the Cats fans.
Ryan Harrow, who was 2-of-15 shooting for the game, blamed himself...
Not too long ago Kentucky was on top of the college basketball kingdom, riding the unibrow. Anthony Davis and company had just won the program’s first national championship since 1998 and there was a feeling of invincibility around Kentucky basketball. Then, John Calipari saw the vast bulk of his talent bolt for the NBA draft.
No problem, though.
John Calipari has built a legacy...
Ryan Harrow is learning what it takes to play point guard at Kentucky.
The sophomore transfer is being asked to lead - which means being more vocal and more aggressive.
Harrow started the season opener against Maryland before missing four games due to an illness and because of a family matter. He lost weight during the absences and feel out of the Wildcats' rotation.
Via AP on Fox
December 20, 2012
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We’re not experts on putting college basketball names with faces, so we’ll let Kentucky fans be the ones freaking out on ESPN over this graphic during last night’s game against Duke (won by Duke, 75-68). That’s not Ryan Harrow, the transfer from NC State. Harrow is much blacker than this cat.
This is Ryan Harrow. Nice effort, ESPN intern.
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