Harris talks Missouri State interest

Central Arkansas Christian running back Braylon Harris had a visitor last week when Missouri State assistant Pete Badovinac came to campus to see him work out. Harris shared the latest.

Central Arkansas Christian running back Braylon Harris had a visitor last week when Missouri State assistant Pete Badovinac came to campus to see him work out. Harris shared the latest.

Braylon Harris is just beginning the recruiting process and Missouri State is one of the first programs to show interest in the 5-foot-10, 213-pound running back.

“I haven’t heard from many schools yet. I’m really new to the recruiting program. I haven’t gotten much exposure. I’ve only been to one camp and that was last summer,” said Harris.

Harris has done a little checking up on the Bears on his own, especially after receiving a visit from Pete Badovinac.

“I like the program. After coach contacted me I did some research and looked at the campus and the stadium. I like the offense. I feel if I go get good coaching, I could be a great player for the team,” he continued.

Harris will be at Missouri State on May 31st to work out at the Bears’ first camp of the summer. What can be expected of the senior-to-be?

“I see myself as a playmaker. When my team needs a game changing play or a crunch time score, I ask for the ball and try to make it happen,” he finished.

Harris was one of Arkansas’s top ten rushers and also had 17 touchdowns on the year.


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