North Carolina freshman Harrison Barnes debuted in our Top 100 in July as the clear No. 1 player in the 2011 NBA draft. In July, there wasn't really a close second.
Barnes was a dominant high school player. He averaged 26 ppg, 10 rpg and 3.6 spg as a senior. He shot 62 percent from the field and 43 percent from 3. He was ranked No. 1 by ESPNU. He won MVP awards at the McDonald's All-American Game, won two state championships and led his team to a 53-0 record in his last two seasons. On the day he committed to play for North Carolina, the press conference was nationally televised.
posting his struggles is simply being petty and will make you look stupid when he starts rolling. I know it's not your words but bringing here just shows your bitterness. I think he made the right decision to go to UNC but hopefully Fred can build something here that HB will regret not being a part of. Every time I watch a game on a national station we have to hear about him, why do you feel a need to bring it here? Do you think we don't have ESPN.
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