Arizona Western WR makes plays down the field

Arizona Western is loaded with D-1 talent this year and WR Ge'Shun Harris (6-3, 218) is one player who already has a handful of offers and more could be on the way. JCFootball.com spoke to the talented wideout recently and he updated us on recruiting and what it is that he does best on the football field...

Harris prepped at Corona (Ca.) Centennial High School along with Vontez Burfict who was one of the top linebacker prospects in the country back in 2008.

"Vontez signed with Arizona State and I decided to follow him them and walk-on with the chance of getting a scholarship," Harris told JCFootball.com. "I practiced with them all through camp, but then I was told by the NCAA that I didn't qualify, so I had to go JC and Arizona Western was the best place I could have gone."

As a freshman last fall, Harris led the Matadors with 31 receptions for 620 yards and four touchdowns.

"I work the middle of the field well, but I can get down the field and make plays too," Harris noted. "I feel like I can do whatever my offense needs me to do and with my size I'm a mismatch for a lot of corners."

Recruiting has been pretty steady for Harris since the spring with offers from Utah State, North Texas, New Mexico State and San Diego State all offering.

"I am getting some heavy interest from UNLV, Washington State, Oregon State and Arizona," Harris said. "My coaches all are talking to schools about me, but that's not really my focus right now.

"I want to have the biggest season I can and we want to win a National Championship, so that's where my focus has been."

Harris is on pace to finish his AA in December and he'll have three years to play two wherever he ends up.

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