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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