Guard Eron Harris averaged 17.2 points per game for the West Virginia Mountaineers in 2013-14, good for second on the team behind Juwan Staten, and he will take that scoring touch to East Lansing for the 2015-16 season. Harris is transferring to play for Tom Izzo and Michigan State, adding some serious scoring punch to the Big Ten powerhouse.
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Harris, who will sit out this upcoming season, showed flashes against some of WVU's toughest opponents. He dropped 27 points in 38 minutes against future conference rival and Final Four team Wisconsin, and 24 against Purdue later in the year. Harris also went for 23 against Gonzaga, 21 against Oklahoma State, 28 against Oklahoma, 32 against Baylor, and 28 against Kansas last season. Clearly, the 6-foot-3 guard knows how to get it done against tough opponents, and he will face plenty of those at Michigan State.