Dominick Harris announces he is cleared to return to full contact practices

“Zagday, now enjoy tha show”.

Dominick Harris tweeted that on Saturday before Kraziness in the Kennel – accompanied by a note where he announced he is cleared and will begin participating in full-contract practices on Monday.

“Zag Nation, once I get a solid month of practice with the guys, I will get my basketball legs beneath me then I will be ready to contribute to our winning culture this season,” Harris wrote, before thanking his coaches and support staff, along with the fans for sticking with him.

Harris was the first member of the infamous ‘Tricky Trio’ to commit to Gonzaga, helping to convince Julian Strawther and Jalen Suggs to come to Spokane.

Harris played sparingly as a freshman in 20-21, averaging three points, 0.7 rebounds, and 0.4 assists in 7.2 minutes of action across 25 contests.

Harris shot 39.1% from deep and played above average defense in his limited sample size, setting up big expectations for his future.

Unfortunately, Harris suffered a foot injury before the 21-22 season, and although he neared a return by the end of the year he ultimately sat out for the entire season.

While the junior guard did not participate in the Kraziness in the Kennel festivities, all signs point to him being available for the Zags when the season gets started in early November.

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