Name: Ryan Harrow
Hometown: Marietta, Georgia
High School: Walton High School
Position: Point Guard
Marietta (GA) Walton point guard Ryan Harrow was one of the top players in attendance at the 2009 Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions, as he led the Atlanta Celtics to the semifinals of the 17-under National Division.
In six games, the Celtics finished 5-1, and Harrow averaged 22.2 points per game. He scored 32 points in the final pool play game which put the Celtics into the playoffs and scored 26 in the playoff opener versus D.C. Assault and Duke point guard commitment Tyler Thornton. In Sunday morning's quarterfinal game, Harrow scored 26 again, with 20 coming in the second half to lead the Celtics past the New York Panthers.
Harrow and his team would be defeated in the semifinals by the CP3 All-Stars, as he totaled 17 points. He was extremely consistent over the six-game stretch, as he never scored fewer than 16 points.
As a junior, Harrow had a big-time season for Walton. The 6-foot point guard was one of only two juniors on the AP Class AAAAA first-team all-state team, and he was joined on the team by NC State signees Lorenzo Brown and Richard Howell.
He averaged 28 points per game to help lead Walton to a school-record 19 wins and a solid showing in the state playoffs.
Next up for Harrow is the Pangos All-American Cammp which is being held in California this weekend. The talented point guard is currently rated a four-star prospect, the No. 10 point guard in the country, and No. 50 player overall in the 2010 class by Scout.com.
Here are exclusive highlights of Harrow in action at the 2009 Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions.
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