When he committed to Washington back in 2005, Harvey Perry carried the reputation of being a physical defensive player who was strong and adept at slashing to the hoop and never backing down from anyone. However, a back injury sidelined him for much of his freshman season allowing him to sit and stew, preparing to take the Pac 10 by storm this coming winter.
June 26, 2006
This Dawgman Radio feed comes after Kim Grinolds went up to Hec Ed Thursday to see the new hoop dawgs in action, including Adrian Oliver, Quincy Pondexter, Phil Nelson and Tim Morris. He ended up seeing a lot more than that - including cameos from Nate Robinson and Brandon Roy.
June 22, 2006
They lived up to every ounce of hype they came in with. 'They' is the group of five freshmen that all played in Washington's 114-48 dismantling of Simon Fraser Sunday night in an exhibition game. Even a broken nose wouldn't sideline them from making their Washington hoops debut. The class - Jon Brockman, Justin Dentmon, Artem Wallace, Harvey Perry and Joe Wolfinger - accounted for 34 points, 17 rebounds and 9 assists. Not a bad way to start.
November 6, 2005
It's been a long journey to Montlake for freshman shooting guard Harvey Perry. He played most of his prep career in Nevada before attending Brewster Academy in New Hampshire and now he's in the Pacific Northwest to play his college ball. Now that he's finally where he wants to be, he spoke with Dawgman.com about his journey to being a Husky, why he so happy to be here and what he expects from himself this season.
October 24, 2005
Harvey Perry must be a fan of Public Enemy. When asked for some words for the Washington hoops faithful, he simply said 'Bring the noise'. That's just one of the things Perry, a 6-5 combo guard from Las Vegas, Nevada - by way of Brewster Academy in New Hampshire - was impressed with during his visit to the University of Washington this past weekend. He was on hand for the Huskies' 76-73 win over Stanford Sunday.
January 3, 2005