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Cal says Harrow will be challenged

Lexington, Ky. (WKYT) - Kentucky fans can look forward to watching another No. 1 ranked recruiting class from John Calipari in the coming season.  The can also look forward to watching point guard ryan harrow who will become eligible.

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Lexington, Ky. (WKYT) - Kentucky fans can look forward to watching another No. 1 ranked recruiting class from John Calipari in the coming season. The can also look forward to watching point guard ryan harrow who will become eligible.

Harrow had to sit out last season after transferring from North Carolina State. He will bring the Cats experience in the backcourt. Talking with WKYT coach John Calipari said Harrow will have to earn it. "Well we'll see, I mean obviously I think hes got a chance of really being good but there are also other players here, I mean he's going to have to come and bring it."

Calipari went on to explain there are options. "One, we can put Archie (Goodwin) at point guard and play like we had with Tyreke Evans. But Ryan gives us a skilled guard, really sneaky athletic, great with the ball, great passer and can really shoot it. But you're gonna have to bring it now and you're going to have to be mentally and physically tough, this isn't for funzies."


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