I bet Harrison gets sick and tired of the "Are you going to ISU?" talk. It's the nature of the beast for the local stud. Hopefully it doesn't sour him on the idea of playing in his home town. I can understad wanting to get out of Dodge if he chooses that route.
It looks like Harrison has some hops. This is from an article about the Little Cyclones
"The Little Cyclones had two place in the top six in the high jump. Pick cleared 6 feet, 4 inches to finish third, and Harrison Barnes was sixth at 6-0.
Pick's 6-4 matches his best jump from last year.
"We're going to be tough in the high jump," Sletten said. "Marty equaled his best jump from last year. I don't think Harrison was really happy with how he did, but he has tremendous potential."
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