At 6’10”,is an impactful two-way player who leverages his size and length to dominate in the paint. In the post, the senior utilizes excellent footwork and touch to score effectively. He has also expanded his range to become a perimeter threat out to 18 feet. On the glass, Harrison is a tenacious rebounder, using his athleticism to aggressively pursue missed shots. He averages nearly a double-double.
Defensively, Harrison is a towering rim protector who deters and blocks countless shots. His instincts and timing make him an eraser in the paint. Harrison also moves his feet well when pulled away from the basket. While not the focal point of the offense, he contributes as a passer, evidencing good court vision for a big man and finding cutters when the defense collapses.
With his blend of size, skillset, and feel for the game, Harrison remains a matchup headache for opponents. He can overpower smaller players in the post while also stretching the floor with his shooting. Harrison’s prowess on both ends of the court makes him an essential two-way contributor for the Hornets down the stretch. His continued impact will be integral to the team’s playoff success and championship hopes. In, Huntsville has one of the most dominant big men in the state primed to take over games in the season’s final stages.