Bootleg Video: Michelle Harrison

The least well-known of the four Stanford signees playing tonight in the McDonald's All-American Games is 6'2" wing Michelle Harrison. A good athlete and good shooter, she has not always been at the center of the national radar while playing in Utah. She sat down with us Tuesday in Cox Arena to talk about being a McDonald's All-American, the challenges to come in tonight's game, being bumped from the Slam Dunk contest, and more.

The first ever girl from Utah to play in the McDonald's All-American Game, Michelle Harrison carries a good deal of pride, attention and expectation heading into tonight's contest in San Diego.  She sat down with us yesterday in Cox Arena to talk about what she hopes to prove with her play for her state, as well as how she has adjusted to the talent level in this elite group and what she might do matching up against the East squad as both a guard and a post.  Harrison also talks about the fun of Monday night's JamFest winning the Team Ball competition, while also mixed with the disappointment of not being able to display her elevating ability in the Slam Dunk contest.  She also comments on the experience practicing and playing with 6'4" center Jayne Appel, who is headed to The Farm with Harrison this fall.

Michelle Harrison Scout Profile

Michelle Harrison McDonald's AA interview (part I) -
Michelle Harrison McDonald's AA interview (part I) -


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Harrison interview (part I)
Harrison interview (part II)


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