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|AUDIO||Jerome Harrison Interview|
|Visited Berea (4/20)|
Atlanta Falcons (visited)
Seattle Seahawks (visited)
Harrison came out of Junior College to become a dominant runner in the Pac-10, and is likely to sneak up on the NFL in much the same way. He was hard to ignore by the end of his senior year - Harrison rambled for 1,900 yards in 2005, and finished in the top ten in Heisman voting. He came a long way from Pasadena Community College where Harrison spent his first two college years.
Harrison is another small running back who can catch the ball, like Drew and Washington, two others who have interested the Browns.
The Washington State running back would be a change-of-pace for Reuben Droughns. Nicknamed "the ghost", he's a slashy type of runner who follows his
blocks and can suddenly shoot into the second level of the defense. He would
also fill the bill as a third-down back, since he is adept at catching the ball.
LEARN MORE ABOUT JEROME HARRISON
- Jerome Harrison: "I'm Very Blessed"
- Hot Prospect Q&A: RB Jerome Harrison
- Prospect Profile: Jerome Harrison
- Pro scouts come to Pullman, Cougs shine
- NFL Scouts Get Busy at Senior Bowl
- Senior Bowl North Team Practice Reports
- Sizing up Harrison & Co.'s NFL draft outlook
- The Ghost: All-American and Award finalist
WHO ARE THE VISITORS?
Visitor #1: Victor Adeyanju*, DE, Indiana (Data
Visitor #2: Brodrick Bunkley, DT, Florida State (Data Sheet)
Visitor #3: Kamerion Wimbley, DE, Florida State (Data Sheet)
Visitor #4: Antoine Bethea*, DB, Howard (Data Sheet)
Visitor #5: Daniel Bullocks, DB, Nebraska (Data Sheet)
Visitor #6: John Busing*, OLB, Miami of Ohio (Data Sheet)
Visitor #7: Vince Young, QB, Texas (Data Sheet)
Visitor #8: Antonio Cromartie, CB, Florida State (Data Sheet)
Visitor #9: Chad Greenway, LB, Iowa (Data Sheet)
Visitor #10: Leon Washington, RB, Florida State (Data Sheet)
Visitor #11: Chris Gocong, DE, Cal-Poly (Data Sheet)
Visitor #12: Jerome Harrison, RB, Washington State
* Private Workout