Texas A&M's Dustin Harris, Sean Porter, and Spencer Nealy talk about their performance in last nights All-Star game and give their thoughts on the wrecking crew, the coaches, and 7on7's.
The Texas High School Coaches Association All Star game is a great chance for college football signees to showcase their skills in a very public setting, against players of their same skill level. On Tuesday night, Dustin Harris did just that. After having two returns for touchdowns--a 98 yard kickoff return and 95 yard fumble return--as well as an interception and 37 yard pass to Texas signee Greg Timmons, Harris earned the games defensive Most Valuable Player award. In addition, Harris returned a punt for a touchdown which was called back on a penalty and almost had another kickoff return for a touchdown.
Texas A&M had two other signees play in the game as well, both providing exceptional showings in addition to Harris'. San Antonio Reagan defensive tackle Spencer Nealy and Schertz Clemens linebacker Sean Porter made the trek to Darrel K. Royal Texas Memorial Stadium with Harris.
In leading the south squad to a 48-21 win, the 3 Aggie teammates certainly did their party. Nealy had 2 sacks and 6 solo tackles while Porter, while not necessarily blowing up the stat line, provided good size and speed from his defensive end position in the five man front that south head coach (and Katy head coach) Gary Joseph ran.
All the three Aggies already on campus in College Station and can't wait for the commencement of A&M's fall camp on August 9th. Harris will obviously be looking for a spot as the kick returner.
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Harris, Porter, and Nealy Video Interview
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