2012-13 Kentucky Wildcats Basketball: Ryan Harrow Report Card

Use your ← → (arrows) to browse

March 2, 2013; Fayetteville, AR, USA; Kentucky Wildcats guard Ryan Harrow (12) drives around Arkansas Razorbacks guard Kikko Haydar (20) during a game at Bud Walton Arena. Arkansas defeated Kentucky 73-60. Mandatory Credit: Beth Hall-USA TODAY Sports

9.9 PPG
2.8 APG
2.8 RPG
29.6 3-pt %
1.71 A/TO


Harrow took a long path to UK as he originally committed to North Carolina State as the #6 PG and 19th ranked player in the 2010 class, per rivals. Heralded as a shooter that could lead his team, Harrow struggled as a freshman at NC State, hitting just 22.2% of his three pointers and averaging 9.3 a game. After that campaign, he decided to transfer and landed at Kentucky. While sitting out a year, he battled with Marquis Teague daily in practice and the “Legend of Harrow” grew. Word came from practice that if he would have started last year, he could have competed for a starting spot. Whether that was true or not, huge expectations were there for Harrow to follow in the footsteps of John Wall, Brandon Knight, and Marquis Teague.

Perhaps a warning sign was triggered when Kentucky pursued troubled but talented transfer Mark Lyons shortly after Marquis Teague’s departure to the NBA. Lyons went to Arizona and this was Harrow’s team for better or worse.

Use your ← → (arrows) to browse

comments powered by Disqus