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A Look at Harrison Barnes


So tonight, I made the journey to Ames High School to witness the man, the myth, the legend.....Harrison Barnes. The Ames High player is the #4 recruit in the nation according to Rivals (and ranked #1 at small forward). He contributed 17 points in Ames' 73-46 win over Des Moines Lincoln in a substate semifinal. He made seven field goals, including one three pointer and a few rim-rattling dunks.

Evaluating a big time recruit was something new for me. I came in expecting the #4 recruit in the nation to wow me. While his dunks exceeded most of what I've seen in high school, I can't say he looked like a guy that would looks like the world is his....at least not yet. (Clone Chronicles)


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