"These are my new shoes. They're good shoes. They won't make you rich like me, they won't make you rebound like me, they definitely won't make you handsome like me. They'll only make you have shoes like me. That's it." - Charles Barkley
That was a good article by Keeler. Harrison sure seems like a good kid, who has a good mom. And that makes me want him at Iowa State even more. But I do think that he will probably make a good decision for him and it will be based on the things that I would want my kid to base such a decision on. That's all we can ask.
There was something awfully sad when he was talking about his Dad. A lot of people have talked about that being an advantage for us in his recruitment, but if he signs with us it might be despite of his Dad.
+ The opposing player that asks for an autograph from a tenth grader...what a tool.
+ A natural at playing the sax...nice to see a well rounded kid with other interests.
+ Spending spare time in the ISU Library as a high schooler...man the kid knows how to roll. I wonder if he ran into any current players while there? Seriously, nice to see that he is taking his education seriously.
+ Sounds like he has a great mother. Sounds like he really doesn't feel like he has a father...calls his dad "Ron". Total disconnect between what he says about their relationship and what Ronnie says...I always find these situations very sad.
+ He and his mom are right about Ronnie...he worked hard and was a tough-as-nails defender.
Does anyone know where Ronnie is today and what he is doing?
I cheer for two teams, Iowa State and whoever is playing the hawkeyes.
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