Scout.com is proud to present some highlight footage of Cody Habben and Jason Harris as the two helped lead Skyline to a 35-21 win over Woodinville in the Washington Class 4A finals. Harris went 19-24 for 281 yards and three touchdowns, while Habben was the anchor on both lines for the Spartans in shutting down the Falcons.
December 4, 2005
NOT TOO OFTEN you see a league MVP at linebacker make the move to quarterback and again earn the league MVP award -- on offense this time -- all the while leading his team to a state finals berth. But Jason Harris out of Issaquah's Skyline High will do just that when the 6-foot-1 lefty takes the field in Washington's 4A title game for the second straight year this Saturday. Meanwhile on the recruiting front, things have changed for Harris with regard to Oregon State.
December 2, 2005
OREGON STATE received a verbal pledge from Olympia's Alex Linnenkohl recently, and another state of Washington prospect is also high on the Beavs. Jason Harris has a nose for the football on defense, and is being recruited to play either linebacker or quarterback at the next level. He holds an OSU offer and had just finished speaking with Oregon State head man Mike Riley when BeaverFootball.com spoke to him.
September 16, 2005
The Skyline (Wash.) Spartans are showing people in the Evergreen State why they are one of the perennial contenders for state titles year-in and year-out. Lead by seniors Jason Harris and Cody Habben, the Spartans dismantled the Roosevelt Roughriders Friday 55-6. Scout.com had a chance to speak with both after the game.
September 10, 2005
Jason Harris is a 6-1, 205-pound QB/LB from Issaquah (Wash.) Skyline, and Harris did this weekend what a lot of high school football seniors-to-be are doing - checking out college campuses. Jason first went to Corvallis, Oregon on Friday to visit Oregon State and then back up the I-5 corridor Saturday to visit Washington.
August 7, 2005