Michael was an NJC All-American, Region IX most valuable player and Region IX tournament MVP as a senior. During 2004-05 he led the Plainsmen to the Region IX and District IX championships along with a "Sweet Sixteen" bid in the NJC tournament.
Michael averaged 22 points, eight rebounds and five blocked shots per game at Aurora Central High School as a senior earning him second team all-state acclaim.
Michael is the son of June and Gloria Harrison. He has three older sisters, Regina, Renea and Therease.
Michael's hobby is playing video games. His favorite food is tacos and his favorite movie is I-Robot.
WHY I CHOSE CSU
"I chose CSU because of the location."
LAYER ON HARRISON
"Michael is a very gifted athlete. He has exceptional skills for a player of his size. He was well coached in junior college and has adjusted quickly to our style."
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