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Overview: Junior wing player who transferred into the program from Brigham Young University...signed athletic aid agreement in August of 2012, and was awarded a waiver to play immediately in 2012-13 season...originally planned to take a Mormon mission starting in the summer of 2013, but postponed those plans indefinitely...stayed in Clemson in the summer to improve his game...has played 61 games, and needs just 57 minutes to reach 1,000 for his career...has scored 259 points and grabbed 127 rebounds in his two seasons...increased his stats in every statistical category as a sophomore at Clemson...possesses quality size and athleticism on the wing...originally from the Palmetto State, he played three years of high school ball in his hometown of Greenwood...recruited by the Tigers originally, he took official visits to BYU, Clemson and Florida State as a fifth-year senior at the Christ School in North Carolina...majoring in sociology.

In Italy (August 2013): Averaged 11.0 points and 6.5 rebounds per game over the four contests...ranked third on the team in scoring in 23.3 minutes per game, second-most on the roster...reached double figures in one game, but had eight or more points in all four...posted 18 vs. Vicenza All-Stars, the best team Clemson played on its trip...made 4-of-5 from three and all six of his free throw attempts in that contest...had 10 steals for the trip, tied for most on the team...had eight rebounds against Indiana Pesre and Airte.

In 2012-13: Appeared in all 31 games and earned 14 starting assignments...considered the team's fifth starter for the season with those 14 starts, one more than freshman Jordan Roper...logged 668 minutes, 21.5 per contest...shot just 36.3 percent overall from the field, but did shoot 73.9 percent at the free throw line in limited attempts...made 10-of-11 in ACC regular season, 91 percent...seventh on the team in scoring at 5.2 points per game...averaged 2.8 rebounds per game, fourth-best on the squad...possessed a positive assist-to-turnover ratio (35-to-26)...collected 26 steals for the season, fifth-best on the team...scored double figures in five games...played double figure minutes in all but one game (at NC State)...started 11 of Clemson's final 16 games, including seven straight at one point in mid-January through early February.

Best Games of 2012-13: Top performance of the season came in home win over Virginia Tech...made 6-of-10 field goals, including 3-of-7 from three-point range, and totaled 19 points versus the Hokies...played career-high 34 minutes in that win...posted 11 points against Boston College at home...made 4-of-9 field goals and added eight rebounds and three assists in a fine all-around 29 minutes off the bench in that game...scored 15 points against SC State when he was 6-for-11 overall and 3-of-7 from long range...posted 10 on 4-of-6 shooting against The Citadel...also had 10 against Furman on the road early in the season, he made 5-of-8 shots in that win and added four rebounds and two steals in 18 minutes off the bench...scored eight points at South Carolina and hit a huge three-pointer inside the final two minutes to help stave off a Gamecock rally...posted eight points and three assists in home win over Georgia Tech...made 3-of-4 field goals and scored six at Maryland...posted seven in the ACC Tournament loss to Florida State, he made only 3-of-9 shots but contributed eight rebounds in 30 minutes of play.

In 2011-12 (at BYU): Appeared in 30 games at an average of 8.8 minutes per contest...scored 3.2 points per game...added 13 steals, eighth-most on the team...scored at least two points in 17 of the Cougars’ games...posted season-best 12 points in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, a win over Iona...made 4-6 shots in that game, including 2-4 from three-point range...tied season-high with 21 minutes played against the Gaels...also scored in BYU’s tournament loss to Marquette...posted 11 points in win over Longwood...contributed nine points in loss to Wisconsin...scored eight against Baylor, including a memorable fastbreak dunk...posted eight against Cal State San Marcos...posted six points on three occasions, including versus Pepperdine and San Diego in West Coast Conference play...posted five points, three rebounds and two assists in a win over Gonzaga in February.

In High School: Four-star prospect and the nation’s No. 86 overall player in the class of 2011 according to Rivals.com...No. 37 shooting guard prospect in the nation according to?ESPNU...played in the 2011 Jordan Brand Classic Regional All-Star Game...played first three seasons at Greenwood High School before reclassifying as a junior and finishing his final two years at the Christ School in Arden, NC...helped Christ School to consecutive NCISAA AAA State Championships...first-team all-state as a senior after averaging 12.7 points, 4.7 rebounds, 1.8 steals and 1.7 assists per game...first-team all-Western North Carolina by the Asheville Citizen-Times...played alongside Duke red-shirt freshman Marshall Plumlee at Christ School...shared team MVP honors with Plumlee in 2010-11...averaged 12.5 points and 5.0 rebounds per game as a junior on a team with six other Division I-bound players...in two years, Christ School had a 69-7 record with Harrison on the roster...played AAU ball for the Carolina Ravens...coached by David Gaines at Christ School...born 1/1/92.


*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide

S T A T S

Harrison Career Statistics
Year
GP-GS
Min/Avg
FG-FA
Pct
3FG-FA
Pct
FT-FTA
Pct
Off/Reb/Avg
A-T
BS-ST
PF-DQ
Pts/Avg
2011-12 30-0 265/8.8 37-109
.339
13-49
.265
10-19
.526
7/30/1.0
15-25
1-13
24-0
97/3.2
2012-13 31-14

668/21.5

65-179 .363 15-67 .224 17-23 .739 20/86/2.8 35-26 7-26 46-2 162/5.2
Totals
61-14
933/15.5
102-288
.354
28-116
.246
27-42
.643
27/116/1.9
50-51
8-39
70-2
259/4.2
 Note: 2011-12 statistics are from Brigham Young University.
Harrison Career Highs
Points: 19 vs. Virginia Tech, 1/27/13
Field Goals Made: 6 vs. SC State, 12/23/12; 6 vs. Virginia Tech, 1/27/13
Field Goal Attempts: 11 vs. SC State, 12/23/12
3-Pointers Made: 3 vs. many (3), last vs. Virginia Tech, 1/27/13
3-Point Attempts: 7 vs. SC State, 12/23/12; 7 vs. Virginia Tech, 1/27/13
Free Throws Made: 4 vs. Virginia Tech, 1/27/13; 4 vs. Virginia, 2/7/13
Free Throw Attempts: 4 vs. Virginia Tech, 1/27/13; 4 vs. Virginia, 2/7/13
Rebounds: 8 vs. many (3), last vs. Florida State, 3/14/13
Offensive Rebounds: 4 vs. Florida State, 3/14/13
Assists: 6 vs. SC State, 12/23/12
Blocked Shots: 2 vs. Presbyterian College, 11/12/12
Steals: 4 vs. Georgia Tech, 1/29/13
Minutes: 34 vs. Virginia Tech, 1/27/13; 34 vs. Georgia Tech, 1/29/13

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