It's a big get for Kentucky, akin to landing a high-profile point guard recruit for the class of 2012. Harrow will have to sit a year before he'll be eligible to play, per NCAA transfer rules, but when he does get on the court he could be the next in a line of successful Kentucky point guards.
Sure, Harrow doesn't come with the same accolades or talent as Derrick Rose, Tyreke Evans, John Wall, Brandon Knight and 2011's promising Wildcat-to-be Marquis Teague. But he was the No. 8-ranked point guard in the class of 2010, and even if Kentucky does land another top-flight guard, Harrow will have the benefit of one year of college hoops experience and three years of college-level weight training and practice regimes. It will be interesting to see what that time -- plus the tutelage of a proven developer of point guards in John Calipari -- will do for Harrow's ability to make an impact at this level.