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Andrew Harrison was forced to miss part of his senior year with a hamstring injury, but that didn't prevent him from cementing himself as the best point guard in high school basketball this season.
Andrew averaged 16 points, seven rebounds and seven assists while helping Travis High School win the 5A State Championship, after losing in the championship game as a junior.
Andrew played every game, showing his ability to control a game from the point guard spot. He made sure to get his team involved, especially his brother, while also picking his spots to attack and score. Andrew understands where the mismatches are and knows how to exploit them.
Outside of the injury, it was the season both Kentucky fans and Andrew Harrison wanted to have. After missing a true leader at point guard this past season, Wildcat fans are salivating at the thought of having Andrew lead their team next season. As for Harrison, he was able to capture the state championship while not missing a beat and continuing to grow as a point guard.
Andrew Harrison has been compared to Tyreke Evans, due to his size and ability to score; however, that may be unjust to Harrison due to his passing ability. Expect Harrison not to be a dominant scorer next season, but be the team leader and make sure to run the team to win.