"People can say whatever they want, but I love football and I'm a football player and when I go out on the field I'm going to make plays,'' Harris said. When the time comes, I'm either going to get my shot or not.'' Former UM defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski, now at Alabama, told the Herald in February that Harris will play in the NFL.
"He's got special pass-rushing skills,'' Kuligowski said.
He started 19 games and has played all three linebacker spots.
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But that hasn't stopped him from manhandling quarterbacks.
"I love defensive end, hand in the dirt, getting to the quarterback,'' he said. But I'm pretty versatile, so wherever the coach needs me, that's where I'm happy to play.'' Leading to UM Pro Day, Harris trained with Tony Villani at XPE Sports in Boca Raton. "I'm training my butt off like I always do and hoping for the best.
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