** Traded to Milwaukee on Draft night
* Good handle
* Good passer
* Crafty scorer around the basket
* Strong work ethic
* Defensive lapses
* Three-point shot is inconsistent
Harris hasn't hired an agent and says there's a possibility he may return to school to play for new Tennessee coach Cuonzo Martin, whom he has publicly praised. But if he chooses to remain in the draft, Harris is a first-round pick based on his age, his potential and his work ethic. He already prepares like a professional.
Harris was voted to the All-SEC second team and the All-SEC Freshman team while finished second on his team in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots.
15.3 ppg, 7.3 rpg, 1.3 apg, 1.8 tpg, 0.8 bpg, 29.2 mpg, .460 FG, .303 3PT, .753 FT
Cool statistic: Only three freshmen ranked in the top five in scoring and rebounding among all freshmen in the power conferences: Ohio State's Jared Sullinger, Kentucky's Terrence Jones and Tobias Harris.
Reminds me of:
What Insiders Say:
Former Tennessee coach Bruce Pearl
"He's got the work ethic of a pro. He's in gym every morning at 7 and he's the last player to leave the gym every night."
What Outsiders Say:
Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun
"[Tobias Harris is] probably one of the best 25 players in the country. He's got an all-around game, and as he matures he's going to be a special guy."
Chris Dortch is the editor of the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook.
|Three-point field goals: 23-for-76 (.303).|