The 6-foot-1 Georgia native began his career at NC State, and left for Lexington after one season. He sat out and then had a tough campaign under John Calipari. Harrow averaged 9.9 points and 2.8 asssists in 27.1 minutes but missed several games early in the season when he returned home. Kentucky wound up making the NIT in a season that failed to live up to lofty expectations.
The handwriting was on the wall for Harrow, especially with top-rated point guard Andrew Harrison coming in next season for the Wildcats.
Harrow, according to a source, will request a waiver from the NCAA to play immediately due to a health issue with his father. If he receives the waiver, he'll have two years remaining to play for Ron Hunter at Georgia State.