A native of Fishers, Indiana, Gary Harris’ basketball talent flourished early. He was the No.2 shooting guard recruit in the 2012 class and finished his senior year with school records in all categories. Gary was a McDonald's All-American, which is the moment he said the potential of his NBA dreams became realistic. Swaying away from his mother’s Much to the surprise, but delight of the Michigan State fans, Gary returned for his sophomore season and eventually led the Spartans to the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament.
Gary Harris’ style is the perfect mix of high end fashion houses mixed with trendy ath-leisure. When it comes to his kicks, it’s almost always Jordan brand all day, everyday. He’s known for finding and pulling out those hard to find Jordan’s and making them the shining star of his pregame fits. He’s not afraid to play with a variety of patterns and colors in his pregame fits and is often seen layering styles.
All in the family! Gary’s mom, Joy Holmes-Harris, played in the WNBA.
Traveling the world! In the 2018 off-season, Gary spent time traveling the world and stated that Serbia was one of his favorite locations he visited.
Gary was the first Michigan State player to be named Big Ten Freshman of the year since 1986.