It really sounds like Harrison encompasses everything that ISU is about, and has midwestern values as well, seeing articles like this makes me think more and more that Harrison will go to the good guys.
and i am not just saying that as a fan that wants the nations top recruit, but he holds himself very high and knows where home is, and knows who is really there for him
I heard that the next CBA (collective barganing agreement) in the NBA would let high schoolers go straight to the pros like in the past. But if they opt for college, they must stay for 3 years.
#1 I don't think this would come into affect for HB, but do you think that if he could, he would go straight to the big show?
#2 How does the NBA dictate how long someone stays in college? Maybe they will have a 3 year seperation rule if someone starts a college career.
I haven't been following him as closely as others on here (ie. I'm not stalking him at Ponchero's or anything), but just looking at him, I'm not sure he has the body to go straight to the NBA. Plus, just by the tone I get from him in interviews, he seems too grounded for that. I think he goes to school for a couple years no matter what the NBA rules for making the jump.
Correct me if I'm wrong -- wasn't he named "The Mayor" because he actually got write-in votes in the mayoral election in whatever year?
It was the first state title for Ames since 1991 when Fred Hoiberg (currently a Minnesota Timberwolves assistant general manager) was the star player. When Hoiberg decided to attend Iowa State, he was dubbed "The Mayor" because of the immense popularity of that decision. "The Governor" is what Barnes might be called if he makes the same choice to stay home. He's that talented.
That was my favorite part of the article, oh and I may write in HB for the Gov.
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