Third year guard Harlon Beverly will miss the rest of the Season 2021-22, YumI men’s basketball announced on Monday.
Beverly, who had appeared in only four of the Hurricanes’ first 12 games, was ruled out of any further competetion due to a persistent back injury. the native of Detroit, absent from the team’s last eight games last season, had the same diagnosis in mid-February, after income 15 departures and average 6.7 points and 4.5 rebounds per game.
“Losing Harlon for the season is a big blow to our team, ”said Miami head coach Jim Larrañaga. Athletics outing. “His versatility and ability to play in multiple positions make him very valuable. My staff and I are very supportive Harlon. “
Competing with minutes late first year guards Bensley Joseph and Wooga poplar, beverly at stayed in formal attire most of the month of December. UM goes likely miss Beverly’s Cut and versatility in several positions at each end of the field, despite having won six of his last seven contests.
Beverly had a career-high 20 points last season on the road against the NC State. Now the Hurricanes (9-3, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) being forced to move forward in conference action, having defended the field against the Clemson Tigers on Dec. 4. The season-ending injury marks Miami’s first after the program suffered a myriad of injuries last winter.
“We know how much he wants to compete alongside his teammates and we can’t wait to see him do it again“said Larrañaga.”We look forward to working with Harlon on his rehabilitation and full recovery.