Harrow on UK's campus this week

Kentucky has had a great reputation with point guards the last few years, since John Calipari has been coaching the Wildcats. Now the Wildcats are looking at adding a top-notch transfer in Ryan Harrow.

Kentucky has had a great reputation with point guards the last few years, since John Calipari has been coaching the Wildcats. Now the Wildcats are looking at adding a top-notch transfer in Ryan Harrow.

Last season, as a freshman, Ryan Harrow played in 29 of 31 games for North Carolina State. He also started ten of those contests, averaging roughly nine points, two rebounds and three assists per game. The 6-foot-1, 160-pound point guard decided to transfer out of NC State when Sidney Lowe was let go and the Wolfpack hired former Alabama Head Coach Mark Gottfried.

Harrow is considering a handful of schools, including: Kentucky, Louisville, Texas, Georgia and St. John's. He will visit all five schools before making his decision.

The Georgia native was a five-star point guard and the number eight point guard in the nation last season. Scout.com listed his strengths as his ability to create, score and his speed.


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