Chad Ford believes Andrew Harrison is playing his way into the first round

Drew Franklinover 6 years

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[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="611"] Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY[/caption] ESPN's Chad Ford's "Stock Watch: NCAA Tourney" evaluates the play of NBA hopefuls in March and how their postseason play has affected where they will fall in the draft in June. Of the many player evaluations, Andrew Harrison's stands out the most. He's gone from second-rounder to potential first-rounder, according to Ford:
Harrison continues his resurrection as a potential first-round draft prospect with a stellar performance against Hampton with 14 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal and zero turnovers. He also shot 2-for-3 from behind the arc. His play against Cincinnati was a bit more uneven, though he made several NBA-type drives to the basket and finished his second straight tournament game without a turnover. If he keeps playing like this through the rest of the tournament, he's going to move back into the mix as a possible first-round pick.
Andrew hasn't turned the ball over since the Auburn game in the SEC Tournament. He had zero turnovers in three of his last four games with over 12 points and almost three assists per contest during that stretch. He's a first-rounder. Plain and simple.

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