Red-shirt junior helped the Friars to consecutive NCAA appearances over the last two seasons.
LaDontae Henton records 18 points and a game-high 11 rebounds.
Three Friars register double-doubles led by LaDontae Henton with 20 points and 12 rebounds.
Kris Dunn led the Friars with 23 points.
Senior LaDontae Henton registers his 1,000th career-rebound.
2012-13: Not eligible play due to NCAA transfer rules....Attended the Lebron James and Kevin Durant Skills Academies.
AT NC STATE: Attended North Carolina State University for his freshman year of college... Played in a total of 19 games for the Wolfpack throughout the season... Registered a season high of eight points in the season opener versus UNC Asheville (11/11/11)...Gained a season high three assists and four points versus Morehead State (11/13/11)...Scored seven points and got a season high of six rebounds against Vanderbilt (11/19/11)...Put up three points and one rebound in the win over Delaware State (1/4/12)...Contributed three rebounds against Kansas in the NCAA tournament (3/23/12)... Ended the season with a total of 35 points, 23 rebounds, eight assists, and two steals...Averaged 1.8 ppg, 1.2 rpg, and 0.4 apg per game.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended St. Benedict's Prep in Newark, N.J. for his senior season...Rated a four-star ESPN Recruit and was ranked the No. 20 power forward...As a senior averaged 19.7 ppg and 9.8 rpg... Earned team MVP honors his senior season...Registered one of his top performances in 2011 versus St. Patrick's Michael Gilchrist when he scored 25 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and was named MVP of the Showcase Game...Scored 25 points against St. Raymond's in 2011...Prior to his senior year, Harris attended Half Hallow Hills High in his hometown Dix Hills, N.Y. averaged 14.7 ppg, 3.2 apg, 0.9 bpg, 5.9 rpg, and 1.4 spg...While at Half Hallow Hills Harris, played alongside his brother Tobias Harris, former Tennessee star and current Milwaukee Bucks forward, and led their team to a 25-1 mark and a spot in the NY State Class AA championship game in 2009...Earned All-League and All-Suffolk County honors in 2009... Team also captured Long Island Championship and Suffolk County Championship in 2009... Attended Long Island Lutherane and helped the team capture the state title in 2008.
PROFILE Tyler James Lee Harris Birthdate: September 1, 1993 Major: Sociology Family: Son of Torrel and Lisa Harris... Has three brothers, Torrel Jr, Tobias and Terry, and two sisters, Tesia and Tori. Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant Favorite Movies: Space Jam, The 6th Man Favorite Book: Slam Favorite Food: Rice Biggest Thrill in Sports: Winning the state title as a sophomore at Long Island, Lutherane
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