His highlight film on 247 was very impressive. Showed him pancaking dbs on run plays. Big physical receiver with a quick burst, a very good return man on kick offs(looked a lot faster on kick off returns in highlight tape than he did after the catch) and was actually kicking touch backs on kick offs lol. Would love to have him and C.Patrick on the field at the same time.
His mom is really involved with her son's recruitment so I think that plays to our advantage with the VFL program and the academic support we get for our players. But it really means nothing if we cant get him and his mother on campus.
The offer list/ranking disparity I think comes from the level of competition. Small school, weak conference. But still, this is one to watch. If there's anything Dooley and Company have proven, it's that they know wide receivers.
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Though he wasn't thrown to much, Harris was open the majority of his reps due to his ability to separate from the defender. His speed is deceptive because he is a long-strider and his explosiveness out of his cuts helps him shake off the coverage. Harris is a great downfield threat because of his height combined with his speed but the small windows made it tough for quarterbacks to get him the ball. He also ran a few nice comeback and out routes showing that he can also thrive as a possession receiver.