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Harrison Barnes Named National Player of the Year


Harrison Barnes is the 2010 Morgan Wootten National Player of the Year. The award was announced Wednesday and will be presented later this month as part of the McDonald's All-American Game. Barnes, the 6-8 prep star from Ames High School, became the fourteenth-annual male Morgan Wootten Award winner. Previous winners include Kevin Love (2007), Dwight Howard (2004), LeBron James (2003), Jason Williams (1999) and the Award's first recipient Shane Battier (1997). (Inside Carolina)

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