VIDEO: Harkey at UCLA's Camp

Cory Harkey, the 6-5, 230-pound tight end prospect from Chino Hills, Calif., who is one of UCLA's biggest targets at the position for 2008, is seen in these video clips working out at the UCLA One-Day Camp last Saturday on UCLA's campus...

Cory Harkey, the 6-5, 230-pound tight end from Chino Hills (Calif.) High, caught 21 passes for 329 yards and four touchdowns and added 51 tackles, 6.5 sacks, an interception and fumble recovery during his junior season in 2006.

UCLA has offered Harkey a scholarship and is one of the primary targets at the tight end position.

In the video, Harkey works out with new UCLA tight ends coach Angus McClure. In the middle of the reel, you can also see him standing next to Austin Holt, the tight end from Utah who is also one of UCLA's main targets at the position.

Here's a recruiting update done on Harkey after the camp.

Harkey at UCLA's Camp --

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