Film Evaluation - Greg Harrison

Penn State has offered Shenandoah Valley offensive lineman Greg Harrison. We've taken a look at Harrison and here's what we feel are his strong points and what he'll need to work on in 2003.

Let the film evaluation begin. We've received hundreds of tapes from some of the most talented prep football prospects, not only in the Midwest but in the entire country.

One of the first films we received and reviewed is 6-foot-5, 295-pound, offensive lineman Greg Harrison from Shenandoah (Pa.) Valley.

Harrison was named all-state as a junior by the Pennsylvania Football News.

When we look at Harrison, we see a guard at the next level. Toughness and tenacity are Harrison's best attributes.

Harrison has a bit of a wide stance and he needs to get a little more of a flat back to create the "Z" (The "Z" is created from the start of the hips to the knee joint and down to the ankles.) in the knee that the college coaches will be looking for during the May Evaluation period.

We project Greg Harrison as an offensive guard at the next level. He shows very good feet, balance and he is able to get to the next level with his quickness and make down field blocks.

Harrison, for a big man, pulls down the line of scrimmage very well and he's an excellent drive blocker. What the college coaches will absolutely love about Greg is that he doesn't quit until the whistle blows and he finishes his blocks.

In conclusion, Greg Harrison will be a Midwest "Top 100" prospect in 2003 and he'll be a candidate for National "Top 100" honors as well.

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