Dwayne Harris scouting report

Dwayne Harris WR East Carolina
Ht: 5’10″

Wt: 203

Strengths:
Productive receiver who improved steadily throughout his career. Very reliable hands. A tough player who is willing to go across the middle. Looks good running after the catch; a tough runner who will break some tackles.
Weaknesses:
Undersized. Lacks ideal height and overall bulk. Needs to improve strength in order to fight off press coverage. Lacks breakaway speed; not much of a deep threat.
Comments:
Harris is a good route runner with reliable hands who should find his way onto a NFL roster. However, his relatively lack of size or speed limits his upside. He’s a safe late-round pick, but will probably never be anything more than 4th or 5th option.
Posted on by Ryan McCrystal in Scouting Reports - 2011 Comments Off

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