2012 Michigan Prospect Profile: RB Drew Harris

Drew Harris-RB- 6'1" 200 lbs
Exton, PA – Downingtown East HS
4.4, 40 yard dash – 31” Vertical
Offers:  Rutgers, South Carolina, Illinois

Star Gazers- 4 **** Scout/3 *** Rivals

Click read more to view his stats, videos and see what big-name schools are in the race for his commitment. 

Prep (SO) 2,056 yards on 306 carries (6.6 per carry) and 30 touchdowns, Participated in Army All-American Combine as a sophomore. Awarded MVP of 2012 class at National Underclassmen Combine in New Jersey, All Chesmont RB, Southeastern Pennsylvania Sophomore of the Year, All Areas Southeastern Pennsylvania RB, 2009 Pennsylvania All-State RB, won the “King Combine” award at the National Underclassmen Combine in Baltimore, also won “King Combine” of the Ultimate 100 Combine in New Jersey. As a freshman he was timed in the 100-meter dash at 10.89 seconds. (JR) 227 rushes for 1960 yards and 28 TDs.  Capped off his junior season with first-team All-League, All-Conference and All-State Class AAAA and the Ches-Mont League Player of the Year awards. 

Analysis: Drew Harris is going to be a special player. Even as a sophomore he had the right package to be an All-Star running back. With more work in the weight room and on the football field, Harris could possibly be a 5-Star prospect this year. He is a hard running, physical type of back that relies on his strength and footwork to gain yardage.  He can be titled as a “bruiser back" because he runs with a punishing type of style that leaves defenses battered and bruised at the end of games.  Schools are certainly starting to take notice of Drew Harris.  Don't let his amount of offers fool you.  Harris is going to garner a lot of offers between now and Signing Day 2012.  He is hearing from schools all over the country to include: LSU, Nebraska, Michigan, Florida, Florida State, Michigan State, Oklahoma, USC, Wisconsin, Virginia Tech, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Alabama, Pittsburgh, Penn State, North Carlina, Notre Dame and more.

While watching Harris’s game film one can’t help but think they are watching a younger but faster version of former Michigan RB Brandon Minor. Harris has great football speed. He hits his holes with a good bursts and good rate of speed. As he matures and grows stronger he is going to become even tougher to bring down. As each run develops, Harris never seems to slow down, throughout the duration of his runs, he keeps his feet moving and keeps driving for extra yardage until the whistle is blown. Harris is not afraid of contact and does a great job of lowering his shoulders to run through defenders. He is definitely a player to watch. It won’t be much longer before he starts hearing from big time BCS schools. As Harris’s recruitment heats up and his stats on the field pile up The Victors Voice will bring you all the latest information regarding this future star-studded back.  Don't look for him to commit too quickly.  He plans on taking his time and making sure he is making the correct decision before committing to any school. 

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