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There’s a familiar name on ESPN’s Top 10 point guard list…

…and it’s a former Cat, not a current Cat. ESPN’s Myron Medcalf ranked Ryan Harrow 9th on his list of college basketball’s Top 10 point guards:

9. Ryan Harrow, Georgia State

Ron Hunter’s squad could run through the Sun Belt again. Harrow, a transfer from Kentucky, is having a monster year for the Panthers (19.9 PPG, 5.9 APG, 40 percent on 3s). Harrow & Co. could be dangerous in March.

Apparently, Jay Williams and Seth Greenberg agreed, including Harrow in their pool of top point guards during halftime of tonight’s Duke/UConn game:


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9 Comments for There’s a familiar name on ESPN’s Top 10 point guard list…

  1. HillbillyInBC
    9:52 pm December 18, 2014 Permalink

    ESPN can have their top 10. I wouldn’t trade Tyler or Andrew for any of them.

  2. KSR Spy
    10:16 pm December 18, 2014 Permalink

    The list is garbage made by talking heads. Andrew or Tyler would have insane numbers being go to guys on a crappy team playing horrible teams.

    Their schedule is horrible and they still have 3 losses. I wish the kid the best, but to say he’s a better point guard than even Hawkins is obvious idiocy.

    They’re in the same conference as UTA who we beat by 20 million. Of course he is going to have decent numbers.

    • ukbradstith
      10:21 pm December 18, 2014 Permalink

      Chill a little dude, he’s way better than Hawkins. So far this year you really can’t argue that he’s better than Harrison either. Ulis is freshman that doesn’t get a ton of minutes so of course he’s nowhere near the list.

  3. Katya
    10:19 pm December 18, 2014 Permalink

    Harrow is burning it up down there. Surprised nobody cares about the guy.

  4. ukbradstith
    10:23 pm December 18, 2014 Permalink

    I would take Fred van fleet #1. Saw him live last year in the tourney, he’s pretty tough.

  5. RexRox
    10:35 pm December 18, 2014 Permalink

    Happy for Ryan. Seemed like really good kid when he was at UK. Just was going thru some tough times in his personal life at the time. Wish him continued success.

  6. cracka
    9:59 am December 19, 2014 Permalink

    i watched them play iowa st on tv earlier this year and he was horrible, so i’m surprised his #s look that good … had to look up his game log to see what he’s done

    the iowa st game is still the only ranked team they have played and he was 6-22, 0-5 3s with 5 assists and 5 turnovers … he’s hit at least 1 three in every game this year besides the one I watched so it could have just been an off night or it could have been because they played a decent team

    I wish harrow the best, but the issue with him is that he needs to get in the gym … the guy is 23.5 years old and is still listed at 6’2″, 160 … seriously, man, put on some muscle

    11:00 am December 19, 2014 Permalink

    There must be a big drop off in talent after Ulis and Harrison……….