Memphis Linebacker had Busy Summer

Whitehaven High School in Memphis has a signing day celebration every year. Coach Rodney Saulsberry's program produces college bound prospects on an annual basis. One of the top prospect from the team this year is linebacker Charles Harris. Harris took his show on the road this summer in hopes to proving his worth to college recruiters. He hopes a solid senior year will lead to more offers.
August 5, 2010

ScoutTV Presents: Charles Harris

The 6' 2", 215-pound linebacker out of Memphis Whitehaven sat down with us for a couple of minutes before the Ole Miss Elite football camp. To see what he had to say, watch below.
June 24, 2010

Harris expecting more offers

Memphis Whitehaven star linebacker Charles Harris is receiving steady interest from several FBS programs. Harris already has an offer from Memphis and expects to get another offer soon. Coaches at Vanderbilt, Ole Miss, and Southern Miss are very interested in obtaining Harris' services at their schools.
June 14, 2010

Charles Harris visits Oxford

Charles Harris, outside linebacker from Memphis-Whitehaven, Tenn., visited Ole Miss Saturday for the Rebels' spring game. He enjoyed meeting with the coaches and the atmosphere in Oxford.
April 19, 2010

Vandy eyeing several Whitehaven stars

VandyMania spoke with Memphis Whitehaven head coach Rodney Saulsberry about several players on his team that Vanderbilt is recruiting. Saulsberry discussed these players in depth and also touched on the affect of Vanderbilt's recruiting in Memphis with the loss of Warren Belin to Georgia.
March 31, 2010

Charles Harris visits Ole Miss

Charles Harris, outside linebacker from Memphis-Whitehaven, Tenn., traveled out-of-state this past weekend for an unofficial visit. Harris talked about the trip and schools showing interest.
March 30, 2010

Scout TV Presents: LB Charles Harris

The 6' 3", 205 pound Whitehaven linebacker is a great pass rushing outside linebacker who is explosive on the field. To catch some of his junior highlights, watch below.
March 1, 2010