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Manny Harris 3
Manny Harris

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Detroit, Mich.

High School:
Redford

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 185

Position:
G

Birthdate:
09/21/1989


Career Note ... Opted to forgo his senior year and enter the NBA Draft.

Michigan Career ...
Played 98 games for the Wolverines, making 97 starts ... 2009-10 All-Big Ten Third Team, selected by Big Ten coaches and media ... 2009-10 NABC All-District 7 Second Tean ... 2009-10 Preseason All-Big Ten Team ... 2008-09 All-Big Ten First Team, selected by Big Ten coaches and media ... 2008-09 Academic All-Big Ten ... 2008-09 NABC All-District 7 First Team ... 2008-09 Preseason All-Big Ten team ... 2007-08 All-Big Ten Second Team, as selected by Big Ten coaches and media ... 2007-08 Big Ten All-Freshman Team ... Two-time U-M Athletic Academic Achievement (2008, '09)...Two-time U-M Bill Buntin Most Valuable Player (2008, '09)... Two-time U-M Award for Outstanding Free Throw Shooting (2008, '09)...U-M's Gary Grant Award for Most Assists (2009) ... 2007 Great Alaska Shootout All-Tournament Team ... 2008 2K Sports Classic benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer Ann Arbor Regional MVP and All-Tournament team ... 2009 Old Spice Classic All-Tournament Team ... Three-time Big Ten Player of the Week (Feb. 18, 2008; Nov. 17, 2008; Nov. 14, 2009) ... Set U-M freshman record for free throws made in a season (156) ... Set U-M sophomore record for season free throw percentage (83.6 percent, 176-for-204) ... Recorded U-M's second triple-double with 18 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists against Northern Michigan (Nov. 14, 2009) ... Became sixth U-M junior and 18th Wolverine to surpass 1,500 career points ... Became sixth U-M sophomore, 27th Big Ten sophomore and 43rd Wolverine player to reach 1,000 career points.

At Michigan ...
(2009-10) ... Helped Michigan to a 15-17 record ... Earned No. 8 seed at Big Ten Tournament, advancing to quarterfinal ... (2008-09) ... Helped Michigan to a 21-14 record, which tied a school record for the largest single-season turnaround in program history ... Helped U-M earn its first NCAA Tournament bid in 11 years ... Earned No. 10 seed at NCAA Tournament, advancing to second round after 62-59 victory over No. 7 seed Clemson ... Eliminated by No. 2 seed Oklahoma, 73-63, in second round ... Earned No. 7 seed at the Big Ten Tournament, advancing to quarterfinal ... Helped U-M to two top-five wins after defeating No. 4 UCLA (Nov. 20, 55-52) and No. 4 Duke (Dec. 6, 81-73) ... Helped U-M to 4-5 record against national top 25 opponents ... Helped U-M set team records for single season free throw percentage (75.7%), three-point field goals (305) and three-point field goal attempts (912) ... Helped U-M tie the NCAA record for most players with a three-point field goal in a game -- nine against Eastern Michigan (Dec. 13) ... (2007-08) ... Helped Michigan to a 10-22 record - winning five of its last 10 games of the season ... Earned No. 9 seed at the Big Ten Tournament, advancing to quarterfinal.

Junior (2009-10) ...
All-Big Ten Third Team, as selected by Big Ten coaches and media ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Preseason All-Big Ten Team ... NABC District 7 Second Team ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement ... U-M's Bill Buntin Most Valuable Player ... U-M's Gary Grant Award for Most Assists ... U-M's Award for Outstanding Free Throw Shooting ... Team Captain (tri) ... Top 20 Finalist for Bob Cousy Award ... Midseason Top 30 finalist for the John R. Wooden Award ... Naismith Preseason Player of the Year Watch List ... John R. Wooden All-America Team Watch List ... John R. Wooden All-America Player of the Year Watch List ... Received Votes for Associated Press Preseason All-America Team ... Athlon Sports Preseason All-American Third Team ... Athlon Sports Preseason All-Big Ten First Team ... Blue Ribbon Preseason All-Big Ten ... CBS Sports (Online) Preseason All-American Third Team ... CBS Sports (Online) Preseason All-Big Ten First Team ... Fox Sports (Online) Preseason All America Second Team ... Fox Sports (Online) Preseason Big Ten Player of the Year ... Fox Sports (Online) Preseason All-Big Ten ... Lindy's Preseason All-Big Ten First Team ... Sporting News Preseason All-Big Ten ... USA Today Sports Weekly Preseason All-Big Ten First Team ... Yahoo! Sports Preseason All-America Third Team ... Yahoo! Sports Preseason All-Big Ten First Team ... Big Ten Player of the Week (Nov. 16) ... Old Spice Classic All-Tournament Team ... Old Spice Classic "Scholar-Ballers" Recipient ... Became just the third U-M junior to reach 1,600 career points, joining Mike McGee (1978-81) and Jalen Rose (1992-94) ... Played in 31 games, making 30 starts ... Averaged 18.1 points (4th in Big Ten), 6.0 rebounds (11th in Big Ten), 4.1 assists (4th in Big Ten), 1.8 steals (2nd in Big Ten) and shot 80.0 percent from the free-throw line (7th in Big Ten) ... Scored 562 points, his third-straight 500-plus point season ... Scored in double figures in 29 games and led U-M in scoring 17 times ... Scored a season-high 27 points against Detroit (Dec. 13) ... Grabbed 187 rebounds, 57 offensive and 130 defensive ... Had four games with 10-plus rebounds ... Had a season-high 13 rebounds against Northern Michigan (Nov. 14) ... Recorded the second triple-double in U-M history against Northern Michigan (Nov. 14, 18 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assists) ... Had five double-doubles -- against Northern Michigan (Nov. 14, 18 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assists), Creighton (Nov. 26, 20 points, 11 assists), Alabama (Nov. 27, 26 points, 10 rebounds), at Iowa (20 points, 10 rebounds) and Illinois (15 points, 11 rebounds) ... Had a team-high 126 assists ... Had 10 five-plus assist games, two 10-plus assist games and led U-M in assists 18 times ... Recorded a season-high 11 assists against Creighton (Nov. 26) ... Shot 42.1 percent (181-for-430) from the field ... Shot 30.8 percent (48-for-156) from three-point range ... Shot 80.0 percent (152-for-190) from the free-throw line ... Made 48 three-point field goals ... Made a season-high four three-pointers twice -- at Iowa (Feb. 16) and Penn State (Feb. 20) ... Had 11 blocks this season ... Recorded a career-best-tying two blocks against Michigan State (Jan. 26) ... Had a team-high 56 steals ... Recorded a career-high five steals twice -- against Alabama (Nov. 29) and Michigan State (Jan. 26) ... Played 1,120 minutes ... Averaged 36.1 minutes per game ... Played 30-or-more minutes in 29 games ... Played a career-high 45 minutes against Creighton (Nov. 26).

Sophomore (2008-09) ...
All-Big Ten First Team, as selected by Big Ten coaches and media ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Preseason All-Big Ten team ... NABC All-District 7 First Team ... Wooden Award Midseason Top-30 candidate ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement ... U-M's Bill Buntin Most Valuable Player ... U-M's Gary Grant Award for Most Assists ... U-M's Award for Outstanding Free Throw Shooting ... 2K Sports Classic benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer Ann Arbor Regional MVP ... 2K Sports Classic benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer All-Tournament team ... Broke the 2K Sports Classic benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer tournament scoring record with 96 points (4 games, 24.0 ppg), topping the 92 by Memphis' Chris Douglas-Roberts ... 2008-09 CollegeHoops.net All-America, honorable mention ... Big Ten Player of the Week (Nov. 17) ... Became sixth U-M sophomore, 27th Big Ten sophomore and 43rd Wolverine player to reach 1,000 career points (1,106) ... Started all 35 games -- the only Wolverine to start every game ... One of two players in the Big Ten to rank among the top 10 for scoring, rebounding and assists ... Led U-M in scoring (16.9), rebounding 6.8), assists (4.4), steals (1.2), minutes (32.9), three-point field goals (52) and free throw percentage (86.3%) ... Averaged a career-best 16.9 points, a career-best 6.8 rebounds and a career-best 4.4 assists per game ... Scored 590 points on the season giving him second straight 500-plus point season ... Scored in double figures in 26-of-35 games ... Had 13 20-plus point games ... Became 35th Wolverine to score 30-plus points in a game with a career-high 30 against Michigan Tech (Nov. 21) in the season opener ... Collected single-season career best 237 rebounds (6.8) ... Had a career-best 16 rebounds against N.C. Central (Dec. 29) ... Had six games with double-digit rebounds, five of which led to double-doubles ... Had six double-doubles, five point/rebound and one point/assist -- Northeastern (Nov. 12, 26 points, 10 rebounds), Norfolk State (Nov. 25, 16 points, 15 rebounds), Oakland (Dec. 20, 15 points, 13 assists), N.C. Central (Dec. 29, 29 points, 16 rebounds), at Indiana (Jan. 7, 17 points, 11 rebounds), at Ohio State (Jan. 28, 22 points, 12 rebounds) ... Nearly recorded three triple-doubles ... Collected single season best 154 assists (4.4) ... Had a career-best 13 assists vs. Oakland (Dec. 20) ... Had 33 multi-assist games, with 14 games of five-plus assists ... Shot 41.5 percent (181-for-436) from the field, 32.7 percent (52-for-159) on three-point field goals and single-season career best 86.3 percent (176-for-204) on free throws, which was second in the Big Ten ... Drained a team-best and single-season career best 52 three-point field goals ... Set the U-M record for free throw percentage (86.3) ... Had eight games with double-digit free throw attempts ... Had six games with double-digit free throws made, including a career-best-tying 14 made against Savannah State (Nov. 29) -- part of a 14-for-14 performance ... Collected single-season best 18 blocks (0.5), nearly tripling output as a freshman ... Had a career-best-tying two blocks, four times -- against UCLA (Nov. 20), at Indiana (Jan. 7), vs. Northwestern (Jan. 24), vs. Penn State (Feb. 5)... Led U-M with 43 steals (1.2) ... Had a career-best-tying four steals, two times -- against Iowa (Jan. 11) and at Ohio State (Feb. 28) ... Played 32.9 minutes per games ... One of two Wolverines to surpass 1,000 minutes during the season (1,152) ... Recorded second straight season with 1,000-plus minutes ... Played in 30-or-more minutes in 27-of-35 games ... Played a career-best 42 minutes in overtime game against Savannah State (Nov. 29).

Freshman (2007-08) ...
All-Big Ten Second Team, as selected by Big Ten coaches and media ... Big Ten All-Freshman Team ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement ... U-M's Bill Buntin Most Valuable Player ... U-M's Award for Outstanding Free Throw Shooting ... Great Alaska Shootout All-Tournament Team ... Big Ten Player of the Week (Feb. 18) ... Became the fourth U-M freshman to score over 500 points in first season (516) ... Set the U-M freshman record for free throws made in a season (156) ... With 156 free throws made, posted the fifth best all-time single season record at U-M ... Started all 32 games -- one of two Wolverines, along with DeShawn Sims, to start every game ... Led U-M in scoring (16.1), steals (1.4), minutes (33.0) and free throw percentage (81.7%) ... Averaged 16.1 points, 4.2 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.4 steals per game in first season at U-M ... Scored in double figures in 28-of-32 games ... Had eight 20-plus point games ... Scored a season-best 29 points at Penn State (March 1) after going 8-for-21 from the field, 5-for-11 on three-point field goals and 8-for-11 on free throws ... Led U-M in scoring in 21 games ... Collected 135 rebounds (4.2) ... Had a season-high nine rebounds against Central Michigan (Dec. 15) ... Led U-M in rebounding in seven games ... Had 14 games with five-or-more rebounds ... Second on U-M with 86 assists (2.7) ... Led U-M in assists in 14 games ... Had a season-high eight assists at Northwestern (Jan. 12) ... Shot 38.1 percent from the field (159-for-417), 31.8 percent on three-point field goals (42-for-132) and a team-best 81.7 percent on free throws (159-for-191) ... Had five games with 10-or-more free throw attempts in a game ... Had 10 games going perfect from the free throw line ... Had a 14-for-19 performance from the free throw line vs. Western Kentucky (Nov. 24) at the Great Alaska Shootout - the 19 attempts tied second best mark for a single game in U-M history while the 14 makes ranks ninth all-time ... Collected seven blocks (0.2) ... Had a career-high two blocks vs. Iowa (March 13) in the Big Ten Tournament ... Led U-M with 45 steals (1.4) ... Had a career-high four steals, two times - against Radford (Nov. 9) in first collegiate game and against Boston College (Nov. 28) in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge ... Played in 33.0 minutes per game ... Played in over 1,000 minutes on the season (1,057) ... Played 20-or-more minutes in all 32 games, with 25 games of 30-plus ... Played a season-best 38 minutes at Wisconsin (Jan. 22).

Prep ...
Detroit Redford High School (2007) ... Michigan's Hal Schram Mr. Basketball (2007) ... First Detroit PSL player to win award since Redford's Dion Harris (2003) ... Eighth Detroit PSL player to win award, since award began in 1981 ... Associated Press Class A All-State first team (2006, `07) ... Detroit News Dream Team (2006, '07) ... Detroit Free Press Dream Team (2006, '07) ... Detroit News Class A All-State, fifth team (2005) ... Detroit News All-Metro, first team (2006, '07), fourth team (2005) ... Detroit Free Press All-Metro, first team (2006, '07) ... Detroit News All-Detroit, first team (2006, '07), second team (2005) ... Detroit Free Press All-Detroit, first team (2006, '07), honorable mention (2005) ... Detroit Free Press State Championships All-Tournament team (2007) ... McDonald's All-America Team Nominee ... For four-year career averaged 24.8 points, 9.5 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game ... Coached by Ken Flowers at Redford HS (2005 to 2007) ... Coached by Derrick McDowell (2003-05) ... Three-year starter ... As a senior (2006-07), averaged 33.5 points, 11.5 rebounds and 5.5 assists ... Led Redford to 21-7 record ... Led Redford to Class A State championship game ... Lost to Saginaw, 79-57, in championship game ... Had 31 points, 10 rebounds, four steals, two blocks and an assist in championship ... Reached final after 56-50 win against Warren DeLaSalle in Class A semifinal ... Had 14 points, three rebounds, five assists and a block against Warren DeLaSalle ... Led Redford to Class A regional title, defeated Taylor Truman, 84-71 ... Led Redford to Class A district title ... Led Redford to PSL Championship, defeated Murray-Wright, 62-49, for third straight team title ... Had 25 points and 11 rebounds in championship game, with 18 points in first 16 minutes ... Only the sixth PSL team in 104-year history to win three straight titles ... As a junior (2005-06), averaged 22.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 4.5 assists ... Led Redford to 23-4 record ... Led Redford to Class A State semifinals ... Lost to Saginaw Arthur Hill, 58-54, in semifinal ... Had 28 points, 10 rebounds, three steals and an assist in semifinal ... Led Redford to Class A regional title, defeated Detroit Central, 60-57 ... Led Redford to Class A district title ... Led Redford to PSL Championship, defeating Pershing, 65-47, for second straight team title ... Had 18 points in championship game, with 14 coming in the fourth quarter ... As a sophomore (2004-05), averaged 18.4 points ... Led Redford to 20-3 record ... Led Redford to Class A regional finals of State Championships, lost to Detroit Pershing, 80-52 ... Led Redford to PSL Championship, defeated Pershing, 56-47 ... As a freshman (2003-04), played on junior varsity ... Redford varsity finished with a 21-3 record ... Redford went to Class A semifinals ... Lost to Flint Carman-Ainsworth, 46-40 ... Redford won Class A regional title ... Defeated Detroit Martin Luther King, 66-49 ... Redford won Class A district title.

Personal ...
Given Name is Corperryale Ladorable Harris ... Goes by nickname "Manny" ... Born on September 21, 1989 in Detroit, Mich. ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... Undecided major ... Right-handed ... Verbally committed to Michigan, July 10, 2006 ... Signed Letter of Intent to Michigan, Nov. 8, 2006 ... One of 10 siblings in his family ... Son of Merrick (Harris-Carter) and James Carter ... First name is Corperryale, a mixture of a cousin (Corrine), an uncle (Perry) and the "ale" of his immediate siblings -- Janelle, Jerrelle and Al ... Sister, Janelle, plays basketball at Marquette.


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