School: Cardinal Newman
Travel Team: SC Rebels
What Was Recently Said:
Despite the SC Rebels being short-handed as a team (and playing up multiple levels), it was easy to see the appeal with someone like Harrington. He's young and oozing with upside, yet already has the size, motor, and athleticism to wreak havoc on both ends of the floor. Harrington finds a ton of success through crashing the glass, containing his assignment defensively, and making his presence felt as a finisher offensively. He already runs well for his size and plays well above the rim, so it'll be interesting to see how his physical tools continue to develop going forward. Harrington is truly just scratching the surface and will be one to watch closely over the foreseeable future.
What To Expect:
Right now, Harrington is still just beginning to scratch the surface of his long-term abilities. He's already a long, fluid athlete with a high motor and the understanding of how to make an impact without requiring the ball in his hands. Harrington does a great job of competing on the glass, securing rebounds, and running the floor in transition. He's a useful finisher around the basket and is capable of finishing above the rim on a consistent basis. Harrington's array of physical tools causes a variety of problems for opponents, as his length, quickness, and overall instincts allow him to contain multiple positions and force turnovers at a solid rate. His offensive identity is still blossoming, but there's ample time for him to properly develop. Add in the fact that he's going to play for Coach Deter and alongside a slew of talented players, and there should be a lot of excitement for Harrington's future.