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Aggies to Lean on Harris
Without the help of the departed Elston Turner—the leading scorer for Texas A&M in 2012-13—to attract the attention of the defense, 5-foot-11, 178-pound senior guard Fabyon Harris will have his work cut out for him if he is to improve on his impressive numbers from last season, which included 12.0 points per game. Considering he is the only returning player on the team to have averaged more than 6.9 points per game, Harris will be depended on by his team to carry the scoring load in his final season in College Station. Fortunately for the Aggies, the diminutive Harris proved last year that he can find a number of creative ways to score, whether it be by firing from the outside—he was one of the most lethal three-point shooters in the country in 2012-13, shooting a blistering 45.3% from deep—or slicing his way through traffic to get to the rim.
Helping relieve some of the pressure from Harris will be newcomer Antwan Space, a transfer from Florida State who will be eligible to play this season. A highly touted prospect out of high school, Space will look to put his vast skill set on display for the Aggies after injuries cut his only college season short.