Bryan Harvey
Bryan  Harvey

Carson, Calif.

High School:

Last College:

2006-07: Sat out the season as a NCAA Division I transfer.

Louisville (2005-06): As a freshman, played in 18 games ... averaged 2.1 points and 1.9 rebounds per game in just over nine minutes of action ... shot 72.7% from the free throw line ... played a season-high 20 minutes versus Syracuse and tallied five points and six rebounds ... in collegiate debut at home against Akron, scored six points and had two rebounds and a pair of assists ... in Big East Conference action, played in 11 of the 16 league contests and averaged 2.1 points and 2.0 rebounds in nearly nine minutes of play ... U of L advanced to the semifinals of the 2006 National Invitation Tournament ... team posted a final record of 21-13.

Dominguez High School: As a senior, averaged 19.5 points and 8.0 rebounds per game while helping DHS post a 26-6 overall record and a semifinal appearance at the CIF Division II state championship ... as a junior, averaged 18.4 points and 9.0 rebounds per game while directing his squad to the 2004 Division II CIF title ... Street & Smith All-American and a top 100 finalist for the McDonald's All-American game ... wrapped up his final year by being selected as the 2005 John R. Wooden High School Player of the Year (CIF Division II) ... rated No. 32 nationally by The Hoop Scoop and 62nd by Prep Basketball Magazine ... also listed among The Sporting News Top 100 players as well as a member of the College Basketball News Top 62 high school seniors ... still further, rated as the tenth-best shooting guard and 37th top player overall by RivalsHoops ... garnered San Garbriel Valley League Player of the Year honors as a sophomore.

Personal: Born Dec. 9, 1986 ... parents are Tony Harvey and Shelia Gordon ... has an older brother, Tony, and an older sister, Shevonda ... brother played collegiate basketball at Utah while sister played at CS Fullerton ... hobbies include playing video games, playing pool and fishing ... favorite athelete is Michael Jordan ... biggest athletic thrill was winning the state championship in high school ... admires his mother, brother and sister ... highly ranked recruit who was wooed by the likes of Arizona, Connecticut, Louisville, Kentucky, Washington and UCLA.

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