By: thinker (2,825 posts) - 5/2/2012 2:06:24 PMThis freshman from NC State is transfering and I imagine that Coach Strickland would have had a serious hand in recruiting him.. Any way to find room at the inn for him? Tyler Harris HometownDix Hills, NY SchoolSt. Benedict's Prep PositionPower Forward Status Signed North Carolina State 11/16/2010 6'8'', 185 lbs. | Class of 2011 Scout Grade 92 Scouting Report ESPN Analyst Updated 04/07/2011 Strengths: Harris is a lefty wing that can score in a variety of ways. On the break he can hit the spot up three and although thin he is a crafty finisher in the lane. Harris can also knock down mid range jumpers off the catch or dribble with his very smooth and quick shooting stroke. Harris also has an excellent feel for the game. Weaknesses: Harris must add strength and work on his scoring moves off the dribble in one on situations. He could also become a better rebounder on both ends. Defensively he will need to defend the dribble better but all these areas will improve as Harris adds strength. Bottom Line: Harris is a wing that can make shots. He is long and can shoot over smaller defenders with ease. He must add strength and continue to build his game but Harris can get on a role and score big numbers. Notes Travel Team: Unique All-Stars/Westchester Hawks...Younger brother of Tobias Harris (Tennessee)...Committed to N.C. State in Nov. 2010... By: BM (5,673 posts) - 5/2/2012 2:17:45 PMDon't have spots, but I read somewhere that we were interested in Michael Gbinije, the Duke freshman transfer, before he ended up at 'Cuse. Of course that was before Larsen's official commit, if not his silent one.By: CBO (344 posts) - 5/2/2012 3:13:06 PMWell you just never know. I am quite confident that if Harris or Gbinije really wanted to come here - a way would be found.