Scouting Report: Ryan Harrow

Who is Ryan Harrow? A few people give their assessment of NC State's latest commitment's game on the hardwood.

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    Who is Ryan Harrow?

    A few people give their assessment of his game:

    "I coached Kevin Kruger about six or seven years ago, and he was a great point guard for me. Ryan sees the floor just as good as, if not better than Kevin. Ryan has just a natural feel for the game. He sees things before they occur, and he has incredible ballhandling skills. He gets people involved in games, and his teammates love playing with him.

    "He's sneaky... he's a little kid, probably about 6-foot and 150 pounds, but he's really long. He has about a 6-foot-9 wingspan... he gets to the glass and can score inside. We've played about 35 team camp games this summer at various colleges, and everybody that has watched him play says that he's just fun to watch. You don't want to take your eye off of him because he'll do some things that will make your jaw drop. He's special." - Walton High Head Coach Joe Goydish

    "He's unselfish and he plays hard. He's smart. He makes smart decisions. Really he's a good all-around player, but he loves to pass it. I think Ryan is a true point guard." - Charlotte (NC) South Mecklenburg 2010 Point Guard Ian Miller

    "As a point guard, he has excellent ballhandling ability. He can also distribute the ball, but if he needs to score he'll score. Before he left us he was our leading scorer, so he had a big influence on us with the scoring load and everything else. I think he's one of the top point guards in our class. He's a really good player." - Concord (NC) Cannon School 2010 Forward Jarell Eddie

    "We played against Walton at Clemson's team camp, and their point guard has a real handle on him. He can really handle the ball and really shoot it. He did just about it all against us.

    "He's probably got the best floater I've seen for a high school kid. When he goes for his floater, he can almost put it over the board. He's got tremendous control on his shot. He's a real good player." - Knoxville (TN) Bearden Head Coach Mark Blevins

    "His biggest asset would be his heart... and leadership. He's a big-time leader on the court. He's like a little general out there. He'll beat them up and pick them up when he has to because he's a get-the-job-done guy. He won't let you quit.

    "When we play our games, he's always the best player on the floor... period. He constantly hits the big shot, he makes every pass, and he's very mature on the floor. He has a great feel for the game, and his handles are outstanding. He's a pass-first guy, but when you look up he'll have 30 and 15. You see the assists, but you don't know how much he scores it until the end." - Lou Will Elite Head Coach Demond Stephens

    "I like to pass the ball and win games. That's what I try to do when I play. If I have to score then that's what I'll do.

    "I know I need to keep working on my body and getting stronger. That's where I need to get better at because I'll need to be bigger when I get to NC State." - Marietta (GA) Walton Point Guard Ryan Harrow

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