6’3″ 203 pounds
4.72 40 yard dash, 37″ vertical jump, 113″ broad jump, 7.10 second three-cone drill, 4.40 second 20 yard shuttle
32 1/8″ arms, 9 3/4″ hands
Pre-season Scouting Report
Harris really regressed as a junior last year, leading to some speculation that he could possibly lose his starting job this year. If that happens, his NFL prospects will really dwindle even further than they already have. Harris has a solid arm and can be accurate at times, but he’s erratic with his throws and has never completed more than 60 percent of his passes in his Miami career. He went from throwing 24 touchdowns and 17 interceptions as a sophomore to 14 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. At any rate, Harris can make all of the throws, but he really has to be more comfortable in his own skin. If he can make strides as a senior, he will be back on the NFL radar. He could also stand to add a few pounds to his frame.