BIO: Posted passing numbers of 65.85/3,813/27/12 as a senior. Led the conference in scoring as a junior completing 51.6 percent/2,425/19/11 and adding 186/737/20on the ground. Used at quarterback, running back and receiver throughout his freshman campaign.
POSITIVES: Athletic passer with NFL-type arm strength. Throws all the passes; drive the long ball, zips the outs and loses nothing throwing on the move. Threads the needle, firing passes in tight quarters between defenders. Accurate on the short routes or over the middle and lets targets run to the ball. Quick release and immediately gets the pass out of his hand, getting rid of the ball with a flick of his wrist. Effective when he throws with the proper fundamentals. Displays both vision and elusiveness carrying the ball. Tough and plays with pain.
NEGATIVES: Impatient and quickly takes off when if pressured. Not always on the same page as receivers and misses a lot of wide open targets. Marginal accuracy outside of 10 yards and lacks a sense of timing.
ANALYSIS: A quarterback that makes plays in all areas of the field, Harris offers good upside for the next level. Did not perform well at the Senior Bowl or Combine, yet looked good on film the past two seasons. Needs a lot of work on his fundamentals and pocket poise but a solid middle-round pick that can be developed for the long term.