First are his physical tools. He’s 6-foot-5, 210 pounds, which is elite size for the position and gives him a college-ready body from the start. Next, he understands the game and what the point guard position is all about. As a lead guard he brings high-level ball-handling, passing and scoring to the floor.
But his success goes much deeper than just those attributes. So what exactly makes him such a special prospect? Here are five skills Harrison uses to enhance his performance as the nation’s best point guard.