Scouting Report on Paul Harrisby Jerry Meyer - 08/16/2004
The physically imposing Harris can easily move between any of the three perimeter positions. Defensively, he can keep a quick point guard in front of him as well as rebound with any forward. Offensively, his outside shot and free throw need work, but he has the determination and competitiveness to will the ball into the basket and make tough shots.
Jerry Meyer serves as a national scout and recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. He played at Lipscomb University where be became college basketball's all-time career assist leader. Meyer earned Mr. Basketball honors in the state of Tennessee as a high school junior and senior. He has served as an assistant coach at Vanderbilt and also co-authored the book, "Basketball Skills and Drills."