I'd hate to give up on Morrison just before he comes back for his real sophomore season. I know I was never really to keen on Harrington, and trading Felton and Morrison for him seems rather one sided to me. We need a center more than another PF Okafor is better suited playing the 4 spot, and his development hinges on finding a decent center to take some of the pressure off of Okafor.
Felton - young, athletic pg with untapped potential, handcuffed by dumb coaching... although he hasn't had as much success, he has the physical tools to be one of the top PGs in the league. Seeing what Larry Brown did for Billups, I can't wait to see what he could do with Felton. Plus trading him leaves us with just one, unexperienced PG. Based on that alone, the trade would be dumb.
Morrison - admittedly had a forgettable rookie year. However, although wildly inconsistent, he showed flashes... dropped like 28 in the last 15 minutes of a game against Minnesota to single-handedly win that game. Also took on and conquered Bowen and the Spurs to upset them in San Antonio. I think its kinda early to bail on a #3 pick, and I'm curious to see how he's progressed. Plus his trade value right now is probably as low as its ever gonna be (i hope), so if we must move him, let him show what he's got first and get better value.
Harrington - tweener SF/PF who likes to shoot too many 3s, and doesn't play defense. Plus he adds to the glut of 3/4s we already have.
Soooooooooo, if I'm G. State, I love this trade, if I'm a bcats fan, I take up hockey as my sport.