BYU Cougars shooting guard Damarcus Harrison was highly touted coming out of high school in Greenwood, South Carolina. He just completed his freshman campaign as a Cougar and had a major impact in BYU’s NCAA tournament comeback victory against Iona.
I have learned through multiple sources in the last few days that Damarcus plans on transferring to Clemson, his hometown school whom also heavily recruited him out of high school.
Today, Coach Dave Rose has officially announced the transfer.
Damarcus plans on serving as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and will become a Clemson Tiger as a sophomore prior to his missionary service.
As a true freshman, Harrison averaged 8.8 minutes per game for the Cougars. He shot 34% from the field, 27% from behind the arc, and 53% from the free throw line, averaging just 3.2 points a game.
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