Greg Harrison, a 6-foot-5, 295-pound, offensive and defensive lineman from Shenandoah (Pa.) Valley will be one of the most sought after interior line prospects in the Big Ten region in 2003.
Harrison will be a four-year varsity starter in 2003. He was named all-state on both sides of the ball in 2002 and was a 1st team all-area selection on both sides of the ball as a sophomore.
"He (Harrison) is a true competitor in the classroom (3.7 GPA and 1120 SAT), on the field and in the weight room," said Shenandoah Valley head coach, Walter Hall.
"Greg is a self-made player and his success is a direct result of a hard-to-match work ethic and daily commitment to be the best."
Which position will Harrison play at the next level? Does he have any scholarship offers yet?
"I'll play offense. Either guard or tackle," Harrison said. "Right now I don't have any offers but I'm receiving a lot of mail. Penn State and Virginia have been in to see me already and they said that I can expect an offer from them.
"My early favorites are Penn State, Virginia, Pittsburgh, Michigan, Iowa, Michigan State, Ohio State, Colorado, Miami, Clemson and LSU.
"I really don't know which camps I'll be going to this summer. I want to see who comes around during May."
We'll have a film evaluation of Greg Harrison in the near future.
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