Randy Harris, 6-4 2007 W/SG
A strong upper body (at 190), Harris can defend a bigger athletic guard, finish in traffic and run the floor in an up tempo system. A Solid mid-range player with the ability to knock down the 3. Above average athlete, with good ball skills. We have him listed as a Low Major Follow.
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Name: Randy Harris
HT: 6'4 WT: 190
Coach: John Shaw
Cager Report: What were your stats from last season?
Harris: 15pts. 6 rebounds average per game
CR: What is your official height and weight?
Harris: 6'4, 190
CR: What is your greatest basketball memory?
Harris: Game winning 3pt. shot at the buzzer
CR: What are your goals for the upcoming season?
Harris: Train hard, play hard, become a better player, make my team better.
CR: What aspect of your game have you really worked hard to improve? What area would you like to keep improving on?
Harris: My outside shot, my ability to create my own shot
CR: Who are some of your teammates that people need to watch out for?
Harris: Josh James, good shooter.
CR: Name one teammate you really respect and why?
Harris: Josh James. He's came a long way with hard work.
CR: What are your goals regarding playing basketball in college?
Harris: Keep working hard, improve my game, be a team player and making my team successful.
CR: Would you consider staying in state to play in college?
CR: What would your top 5 college choices be? Do you have any offers yet?
Harris: I'm open right now; if possible I would like to stay on the west coast like
CR: Who is the best player you ever played against? Why?
Harris: Jerryd Bayless, he's athletic, focused, and has a skill level well above average.
CR: Name one opponent who you really respect and why?
Harris: Harper Kamp, he's a hard working and talented ball player who respects other players on and off the court.
CR: How do you think your coach would describe you as a player?
Harris: Hard working, athletic player who has good knowledge of the game of basketball, a smart team leader who plays hard on both ends of the court and is committed to improving himself and his team.
CR: What are your strengths and weaknesses as a player?
Harris: I'm a strong athletic player with the ability to make my own shot or take it strong to the basket and I play very aggressive defense. I need to be more consistent at 3 point range
CR: Who is your favorite athlete and why?
Harris: Michael Jordan. He worked hard and made his team mates better.
CR: What is the best piece of advice you have ever received?
Harris: Take advantage of every practice, train hard, play hard, stay focused, believe in yourself, and keep your head up.
CR: Tell us what can we expect from your team this season?
Harris: We are going to play hard every game, play together as a team and play to win.
CR: What position do you think you will play in college?
Harris: Shooting guard.
CR: What can a college program expect from you as a player?
Harris: I will train hard, play hard, and continue to be an unselfish team player; I will contribute every day and represent myself and the school in a positive manner.
CR: What will the main factors be when you choose a school?
Harris: Good academics, solid basketball program. Staying on the west coast would be a plus.
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