Ryan Harrow Planned Visits Include Georgia And Kentucky Among Others

Freshman guard Ryan Harrow is looking for a new team after announcing that he will transfer from N.C. State. The Marietta product reportedly has Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs on his list.

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Ryan Harrow Lists Georgia And Kentucky Among Planned Visits

Former Marietta standout Ryan Harrow lists Georgia among five schools that he plans on visiting while deciding where he will play next season after transferring from N.C. State. The other schools are Kentucky, Louisville, Texas, and St John's. 

"I don't really have a favorite right now,"

Mark Fox has already has five players signed in his 2011 class but has room for one more if he chooses to go that route. Rockdale County's Kevin Ware has also been rumored as a potential Georgia target. Harrow may be a better fit for Georgia as he will have to sit out a year but will still have three years of eligibility after sitting out next season. 

Another factor that Mark Fox may consider if he has a choice between Harrow and Ware is that both Dustin Ware and Gerald Robinson will be back next season. When you throw marquee recruit Kentavious Caldwell-Pope into the mix, their may not be a lot of room for playing time in the back court next season. 

That of course is dependent on Fox having a choice. 

For more on the Bulldogs be sure and check out Dawg Sports.

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Former N.C. State Guard Ryan Harrow Transferring Has Georgia On His List

Former Marietta product and N.C. State point guard Ryan Harrow is transferring and Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs are on his list of potential destinations. New Wolfpack coach Mark Gottfried called the decision mutual and that they would release Harrow to any school he wished to attend outside of the ACC

"We wish him well and will do anything we can to assist him in this process," said Gottfried, who added that he would release Harrow to any school except one in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Harrow will have to sit out the 2011-12 season per transfer rules but that also happens to fit the situation at Georgia perfectly. The Bulldogs will have two players capable of handling the position next season in Gerald Robinson Jr and Dustin Ware but both players are seniors. Behind those two players, Georgia has question marks at the point guard position and Harrow could be the answer. 

"I'm considering (Georgia). Yes sir," Harrow said during a phone interview. "I haven't really made any decisions on where I'm going to go yet, but Georgia is on my list."

Harrow played in 29 games for the Wolfpack while averaging 9.3 points and 3.3 assists per game last season. 

For more on Georgia, fans should check out Dawg Sports. N.C. State fans should visit Backing the Pack

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