Ryan Harrow: the new brain of Coosur Betis

The American guard (1.88 and 29 years old) and the Andalusian team have reached an agreement, at the expense of obtaining the Jamaican passport.


The Coosur Real Betis has reached an agreement in principle for the next season with the American guard Ryan Harrow (1.88 meters, 29 years old), at the expense of the player achieving the Jamaican passport.

Harrow was trained at the Universities of Kentucky and Georgia and his first experience in Europe was in Greek Rethymno. He later went through the Lithuanian KK Pieno Zvaigzdes and the Polish Rosa Random before returning to Greece to sign for Peristeri, his last club, where he averaged 12.6 points and 4.8 assists in 18 games.

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