Single-Game Highs Points: 30, at ETSU -- 12/03/14
Rebounds: 5, Wright State -- 12/18/14; at ETSU – 12/03/14
Assists: 6, vs. Chicago State – 11/26/14; Hiwassee -- 11/21/14
Steals: 3, 6 times
Blocks: 1, at The Citadel – 02/28/15; at UNCG – 01/31/15
FG made: 10, at ETSU -- 12/03/14
FG attempts: 19, at ETSU -- 12/03/14
3FG made: 8, at ETSU -- 12/03/14
3FG attempts: 15, at ETSU -- 12/03/14
FT made: 8, vs. Georgia State -- 11/25/14
FT attempts: 11, vs. Chicago State -- 11/26/14
2014-15 (Junior): Started 31 games for the Catamounts ... Ranked third on the team in scoring with 11.8 points per game … Tied for second on the squad in steals with 45 and held sole possession of second in assists with 73 … Shot 38.4 percent from the field, 37.9 percent from 3-point range and 74.0 percent from the free throw line .. Set numerous career highs throughout the season … Scored a career best 30 points at ETSU (12/03) … Went for 20 or more points five times during the season … Led or shared the team lead in scoring five times … Scored in double-figures 19 times … Dished out a career-high six assists against Chicago State (11/26) and Hiwassee (11/21) … Had at least one steal in 25 of the 31 games he played in … Set a new career-high in steals with three against Chicago State (11/26) and went on to tie that high five more times during the year … Grabbed a career best five rebounds against ETSU (12/03) and Wright State (12/18) … Nailed a career best eight 3-pointers against ETSU (12/03) … Had three or more 3-pointers in 13 games and made at least one 3-pointer in every game he played … Was a perfect 8-8 from the free throw line against Georgia State (11/25) … Blocked his first career shot against UNCG (01/10) and had his second in the regular season finale at The Citadel (02/28).
2013-14 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 34 games ... Tied a career-high with three assists in the season opener against Wittenberg (11/08) ... Recorded a career-high 12 points after going 2-of-3 from three and a perfect 6-of-6 from the free throw line against Niagara (11/22) ... Had a career-high four assists and four rebounds against Milligan (12/30) ... Had career game coming off the bench in the Southern Conference Tournament against Elon (03/08) recording six points on two huge 3-pointers.
2012-13 (Freshman): Appeared in 29 the team's 33 games on the season ... Averaged 6.7 minutes per game ... Had two steals four times ... Made first collegiate appearance at UNC Asheville (11/09) ... Scored first collegiate point with a free throw at the 12:06 mark in the first half against Mars Hill (11/11) ... Notched first college 3-pointer against Austin Peay (11/20) in Cancun, Mexico ... Scored a career-high six points in 12 minutes of play against Warren Wilson (01/07) ... Earned first start against Samford (03/02) ... Played a career-high 42 minutes, handed out three assists and had two steals in the Samford game ... Scored five points in the opening round of the Southern Conference against The Citadel (03/08).
Prior to Western Carolina: Finished his high school career as Enterprise High's all-time leading scorer with 2,322 career points, boasting a 16.0 point per game average ... He is the all-time leading scorer in Alabama State 6-A history - 16th best in state history at all levels - while also ranking fourth best in career free throw percentage (87%), seventh-best in single-season free throw percentage (88%) and eighth-highest career 3-point percentage (38%) ... Guided Enterprise HS to a pair of region championships under the tutelage of head coach Kenny Hill ... Also topped his high school's career charts in steals and assists, averaging five assists and 3.5 steals per game ... Was the first eighth-grader to play on his varsity team at Enterprise, and was EHS's first ninth grader to make the 6-A South Regional All-Tournament team - an honor he also earned as a junior ... Was a three-time, Wiregrass Super 12 selection - as chosen by the Dothan Eagle newspaper - and was twice selected to the 6-A All-State team ... Was also a two-time, 6-A Area 5 most valuable player ... In addition to his prowess on the hardwood, Harrelson is also a career-leading football player for the Wildcats boasting a school-record 4,683 career yards including 3,433 yards through the air and 36 combined touchdowns ... A four-year starter, he also owns the school's single-season passing mark as well ... Played alongside fellow WCU signee, Justin Browning, with the Alabama Celtics AAU team.