No one is representative of this statement better than quarterback Josh Harris. A big-armed passer, Harris has good pocket size, athleticism and the abilities to make the throw on the move. He'll thread a needle or drive the ball downfield, giving receivers a chance to make the reception. Harris is not precisely accurate, a situation directly related to inconsistent mechanics. It would not be fair to classify him as a "running quarterback" or college signal caller that projects to running back/receiver/defensive back at the next level, rather a very good developmental prospect at quarterback for the future. Junior tackle Scott Mruczkowski has solid potential while his senior counterpart James Williams is free agent material.
On defense Janssen Patton will get a lot of looks at corner while outside linebacker Mitch Hewitt projects nicely to strong safety.
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