RELEASE: Brown, Harrow Ink With NC State

RALEIGH, N.C. – NC State men's basketball coach Sidney Lowe announced that two student-athletes have committed to the Pack in the fall early signing period which started today.

Guard Ryan Harrow (Marietta, Ga.) signed with the Pack today, and will be joined by 2009 signee Lorenzo Brown (Roswell, Ga.) at NC State for the 2010-11 season.

Lorenzo Brown
6-5 • 175
Roswell, Ga. • Hargrave Military Academy
Currently attending Hargrave Military Academy … Originally signed with the Wolfpack in November of 2008 … Finished his high school career at Centennial High School in Roswell, Ga. … Coached by Allen Whitehart … Named A fourth-team Parade All-American after his senior season … Named the Georgia 5A player of the Year … Also a 5A All-State first-team selection … Named Metro Atlanta Player of the Year … Averaged 20.8 points … Team went 25-5 … Lost in the second round of the state playoffs … Had 27 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists in his final game … Averaged 25 points, eight rebounds and eight assists per game as a junior … AAU teammate of fellow current NC State freshman Richard Howell … Played in the Charm City Challenge in Baltimore and the Reebok All-American Game in Washington, D.C. … In the 2009 class rankings, he was rated the 28th-best overall prospect by … Also ranked the No. 8 shooting guard and a five-star prospect.

Ryan Harrow
6-0 • 155
Marietta, Ga. • Walton HS
Enters his senior season at Walton High School in Marietta, Ga. … Coached by Joe Goydish … A Georgia 5A All-State first-team selection as a junior … Named Mr. Cobb County Basketball … Averaged 27.8 points, 6.0 assists, 3.1 steals … Team went 19-11 and lost in the second round of the state playoffs … Averaged 31.0 points in those two games … Played part of his sophomore season at Concord (NC) Cannon School … Was leading the team with 16 points and five assists a game, before transferring back to Walton High School … Played in the Adidas Nations Tournament in France in the summer of 2009 … Ranked the 25th-best overall prospect by and the No. 8 point guard and a five-star prospect.

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