Scottie Haralson to transfer to Tulsa

Scottie Haralson, a 6-foot-4 guard originally from Mississippi who had considered Minnesota, has transferred from Connecticut to Tulsa. Haralson will sit out the 2009-10 season and have three years of eligibility. The Gophers had recruited Haralson, but wound up signing Devoe Joseph. Minnesota landed Justin Cobbs this year, while the Huskies inked Darius Smith, who nearly committed to Minnesota.
June 7, 2009

Scottie Haralson Commits to Connecticut

Scottie Haralson, a 6-foot-4, 210-pound shooting guard from Jackson (MS) Provine who visited Minnesota in October, has committed to Connecticut. Haralson visited Minnesota along with Josh Crittle of Hales Francisan, who signed with Oregon. Haralson attracted the attention of Gophers head coach Tubby Smith and his staff, but the Gophers elected to sign Devoe Joseph instead.
January 26, 2008

Big East Program Locks Down Haralson

Think of Scottie Haralson as a skilled craftsman. His trade – shooting the basketball from deep – is always in demand. On Friday night, a national power moved swiftly to secure his pledge.
January 25, 2008

On Campus: Oct 6

The boys in Knoxville have had this one circled for some time. Chris Singleton, Elliot Williams and Renaldo Woolridge invade town. Plus, down the road in the SEC Greg Monroe makes his first visit.
October 5, 2007

Scottie Haralson to Visit Minnesota This Week

Scottie Haralson, a 6-foot-4, 210-pound shooting guard from Jackson (MS) Provine, will visit Minnesota this weekend along with Josh Crittle of Hales Francisan. Haralson attended the LeBron James Skills Academy this summer and attracted the attention of Gopher head coach Tubby Smith and his staff. Smith made a home visit to Haralson last month.
October 4, 2007

ScoutTV: Scottie Haralson Junior Highlights

Provine (MS) High School junior Scottie Haralson (6-4, 190) showcases his offensive and defensive skills in this ScoutTV video presentation.
December 20, 2006

2008's Haralson Finds The Mark

Hard work is paying off. Provine's Scottie Haralson has been on the mark from the perimeter this season thanks to a comfort level he's found on the wing.
December 11, 2006