One of the best things with Eron is that he is genially a nice guy.
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So far, sophomore Eron Harris is doing just about everything he can to help West Virginia during games early this season.
He leads the team and is second in the Big 12 in scoring (21.1 points per game) and nobody in the conference has more field goal attempts (103), baskets (50), 3-point attempts (45) and made 3-pointers (24).
He’s also led Bob Huggins’ reinvigorated offense by staying on the floor and only committing nine fouls in 32.6 minutes per game.
“I’m taking more shots because I’m comfortable taking more shots,” Harris said. “Coach Huggins has put me in a role to take more shots and I’m making them. I’m going to keep attacking and doing what my teammates need me to do.”
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