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#55 Ryan Harrow
Position: Guard
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 170
Year: Redshirt Junior
Hometown: Marietta, Ga.
High School: Walton
Other College: Kentucky
Experience: Transfer
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Ryan Harrow Bio and Statistics Ryan Harrow Bio and Statistics

AT GEORGIA STATE
In first year at Georgia State, earned All-Sun Belt First-Team honors and Sun Belt All-Tournament recognition after one of the finest years in program history . . . Set numerous program records while scoring 604 points, tied for fourth most in program history.
Transferred to GSU after making 23 starts at Kentucky as a sophomore . . . Starred at nearby Walton High School in Marietta as a five-star prospect and was ranked among the top 25 players in the nation before deciding to attend NC State where he played in 29 games as a freshman, making 10 starts.

2013-14
Earned All-Sun Belt First-Team honors and Sun Belt All-Tournament recoginition in his first season at Georgia State . . . Earned NABC All-District 24 Region honors . . . Named Sun Belt Player of the Week on Nov. 19.
Finished season with 604 points scored, tied for the fourth most in program history and No. 59 in the NCAA, averaging 17.9 points per game . . . Made 222 field goals (498 attempts), setting a GSU record for made field goals which ranked No. 27 in the NCAA . . . Dished out 144 assists, tied for seventh most in program history, ranking No. 4 in the Sun Belt and No. 114 in the country . . . Went 130-of-155 (83.9-percent) from the free throw line, the eighth-best mark in GSU history and third in the Sun Belt, with the 130 makes ranking fifth best in a single-season in GSU history . . . Recorded a 2.53 assist/turnover ratio, third in the Sun Belt and No. 36 in the NCAA . . . Swiped 1.6 steals per game, sixth in the Sun Belt and averaged a team-best 33.9 minutes per game, fifth in the league . . . Made a stretch of 24 straight free throws, the second-longest stretch in program history.
Finished the season with 20 or more points in a game 15 times and also had three games of 30 or more . . . Scored a career-high 37 points, going 13-of-22 from the floor and 11-of-12 from the free throw line against UL Lafayette in the Sun Belt championship game . . . Finished with 34 points on 13-of-26 shooting against Elon, pulling down four rebounds and dishing out four assists . . . Finished with 27 points at Vanderbilt to earn Sun Belt Player-of-the-Week honors . . . Scored 33 points, making 14-of-15 free throws against Old Dominion, going 9-of-14 from the floor . . . Scored 19 points and dished out eight assists at UTSA, going a perfect 8-of-8 from the free throw line . . . Dished out nine assists, just one shy of a career-high to go along with 24 points at East Carolina . . . Scored 20 points and dished out seven assists against South Alabama . . . Finished with 18 points, seven assists and five rebounds, going 7-of-7 from the free throw line against UL Lafayette . . . Scored 20 points on 9-of-14 shooting in the Sun Belt tournament opener against Arkansas State.

2012-13 (KENTUCKY)
Scored in double-figures in 18 of his last 24 games . . . Scored 13 points in win over Florida . . . Led all scorers with 19 points in win over Mississippi State while grabbing seven rebounds and handing out a game-high four assists . . . Grabbed a career-high eight rebounds in win against Missouri while also totaling 16 points and six assists . . . Scored 12 points, grabbed five rebounds and four assists to no turnovers in win over Vanderbilt . . . Totaled 12 points, including 5-of-6 from the free throw line in win over Auburn . . . Also recorded career-high two blocks against the Tigers . . . Was a perfect 6-6 from the field with 12 points, four assists and two rebounds in win over South Carolina . . . Logged a season-high 41 minutes in win at Texas A&M . . . Scored 13 points, tying season-highs in free throws and free throws attempted (6-9) in win at Ole Miss . . . Posted 12 points, eight assists and five rebounds in win at Auburn . . . Scored 14 points, while tying in 39 minutes of action against Texas A&M . . . Scored team-high 16 points in SEC debut victory over Vanderbilt . . . Grabbed four rebounds and dished our four assists in same game . . . Totaled 15 points on a career-best 4-of-5 shooting from 3-point range against Eastern Michigan . . . Also recorded career-high four steals against Eagles, while dishing out season-high eight assists . . . Tallied 17 points while pulling down a five rebounds in game against Louisville . . . Scored 23 points in win over Marshall on 10-of-17 shooting . . . Finished with 12 points in 31 minutes against Lipscomb . . . Finished Portland game with eight points, four rebounds and six assists . . . In 21 minutes against Samford, dished out four assists . . . Limited to just 10 minutes in the season-opener against Maryland due to flu-like symptoms . . . Dished out two assists and blocked a shot against the Terrapins.

2011-12 (KENTUCKY)
Sat out due to NCAA transfer regulations.

2010-11 (NC STATE)
Started seven of the final eight games of the season at point guard, and 10 of the last 15 overall . . . Came off the bench in the first 16 games of the season . . . Returned to action at Duke on Feb. 5 after missing two games due to illness . . . In the nine games after return, averaged 5.7 points, compared to 11.4 points in the five games before he got sick . . . Tied for fourth on the team in scoring (9.3) and second with 3.3 assists per game . . . Ranked seventh in the ACC in assist/turnover ratio (1.9) . . . Would have led the ACC in free throw percentage, but he did not have enough made free throws (2.5 per game) . . . Hit 87.0 percent (67-77) from the line . . . Scored 12 points in the ACC Tournament against Maryland . . . Earned his first career start at Florida State, scoring 17 points in 21 minutes . . . Named the ACC Rookie of the Week on Dec. 15 after his performance against USC Upstate . . . Came off the bench to score a 20 points on 10-of-13 shooting . . . Also dished out five assists to zero turnovers and added three steals . . . Recorded his first career double-double when he had 11 points and 10 assists against East Carolina at the Charleston Classic.

PREP
A third-team Parade All-America selection . . . Played at Walton High School in Marietta, Ga. . . . Coached by Joe Goydish . . . Named the Georgia Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior . . . Was the Georgia 5A Player of the Year . . . Named Mr. Cobb County Basketball as well . . . Finished with more than 2,000 career points in just three years at Walton . . . Averaged a county-high 31.4 points as a senior . . . Also named Georgia 5A all-state first-team selection and Mr. Cobb County Basketball as a junior . . . Averaged 27.8 points, 6.0 assists, 3.1 steals as a junior . . . Played part of his sophomore season at Concord (N.C.) Cannon School . . . Was leading the team with 16 points and five assists a game, before transferring back to Walton High School . . . After his senior season, played in the Derby Festival Classic and the Capital Classic . . . Played in the Adidas Nations Tournament in France in the summer of 2009 . . . Ranked the 25th-best overall prospect by Scout.com and the No. 8 point guard and a five-star prospect . . . The No. 19 player nationally and No. 7 point guard according to Rivals. com . . . Ranked No. 39 on the ESPNU 100 list . . . No. 19 nationally according to PrepStars.com.

PERSONAL
Full name is Ryan Harrow . . . Born on April 22, 1991 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. . . . Parents are Fern Matthews and Mark Harrow . . . Currently majoring in sociology.

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