University of Washington
One-year squad member and scholarship red-shirt freshman ... Versatile swingman who should break in to the playing rotation immediately ... Selected Washington over Louisville, Georgetown, Minnesota and several Pac-10 schools. 2005-06 (Red-shirt) -- Sidelined the majority of the season with an injured back ... Utilized his red-shirt season.
Brewster Academy (Wolfeboro, N.H.)
Ranked No. 59 overall and No. 20 among scoring guards by Rivals.com. Listed No. 81 nationally in the FutureStars ratings ... An honorable mention prep All-American selection by Street & Smith's magazine ... Graduated in 2004 from Cheyenne High School and attended Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.H. last year.
Cheyenne High School (North Las Vegas, Nev.)
Averaged 17 points, 10 rebounds, 5.2 assists and 4 steals per game as a senior at Cheyenne High School in 2004.
Coach Romar on Harvey Perry
"Harvey is healthy this year. He has returned from his back injury. He's a really good defender. Two of our best defensive players, Bobby Jones and Brandon Roy, are gone. Harvey is someone who can help replace some of that defense. Harvey is multi-dimensional. He has incredible quickness and long arms. He is really a good passer and a complete guard that rebounds and has good strength. He is extremely athletic and does a lot of things on the floor you just can't teach."