Player Spotlight: Randy Harris

The Cager Report on sits down with a top 2007 Arizona prospect, Randy Harris, a 6-4 190 pound athletic SG from Highland High School...

Randy Harris, 6-4 2007 W/SG Gilbert (Ariz.Highland High School, has come into his own after an off-season of national club play and hours in a gym working on his game.  Harris is considered a top 20 Arizona prospect in the class of 2007.


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.


The CR had a chance to sit down with Harris to talk about the coming year at Highland, and his future in College Basketball.

The Cager Report is's west coast recruiting coverage of Arizona and California.  The home for Arizona Prep Basketball is: CLICK HERE


The Cager Report Forum is a members only forum for to get all the inside scoop on Arizona Prep Basketball:  CLICK HERE


To subscribe to the Arizona Cager Report, CLICK HERE


Name: Randy Harris
Class: 2007
Highland High School, Gilbert (Ariz)
Position: Wing/SG
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?
Harris: Yes

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
California or Arizona. I have had a lot of correspondence, but no offers.

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.

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.




Athletic directors, coaches or parents who would like to suggest a player to be featured in the Cager Report on may contact us at



Golden State Preps Top Stories