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Name:Anthony Harris
Hometown:Fairfax, VA
High School:Paul VI Catholic
Recruit Rating:4 Stars
Born:July 6, 2000 (19)
Height/Weight:6-4, 190
Position:Shooting Guard
Notes:Basketball

Jay Bilas' college basketball rankings for 2019-20, version 2.0
48. North Carolina: Projected top-5 pick Cole Anthony (knee) has not played since Dec. 8, and UNC's chances to reach the NCAA tournament have dwindled...

Quick Hitters – UNC vs. Georgia Tech
Not sure why, but UNC came out completely flat. Was it the hangover from Anthony Harris’ injury? Was the team feeling the pressure of Roy...

Georgia Tech Looking to Limit Turnovers Against UNC
Saturday’s opponent, North Carolina, is facing a similar situation that the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets went through without Jose Alvarado. UNC will be playing without...

UNC Pre-Georgia Tech Notebook
Following Anthony Harris' ACL injury, Roy Williams said "the impact on our locker room after the Yale game was devastating." No player was more emotional...

Hurting Tar Heels move on to next task
The Tar Heels face Georgia Tech on Saturday in Chapel Hill in the first game since losing another player. This injury is a season-ending situation...

Injuries Defining UNC Basketball's 2019-20 Season
The Tar Heels will be without Anthony Harris, Sterling Manley, Cole Anthony, and Andrew Platek on Saturday against Georgia Tech. “It has been difficult, but...

Video: Jeremiah Francis pre-Georgia Tech Press Conference
North Carolina freshman point guard Jeremiah Francis speaks with the media on Friday ahead of the Tar Heels' game Saturday against Georgia Tech. Francis offers...

Video: Roy Williams Friday Pre-Georgia Tech Press Conference
North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams speaks with the media on Friday ahead of the Tar Heels' tipoff against Georgia Tech on Saturday in Chapel...

Anthony Harris To Undergo Surgery For Torn ACL
UNC freshman guard Anthony Harris suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee on Dec. 30 vs. Yale and will undergo surgery next...

A Bad Night for History
After matching his mentor Dean Smith with his 879th win Monday, Roy Williams tried to go back to the locker room. His assistant coaches convinced...


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