What We Learned: CP3 Elite Guard Camp


If things don’t pan out for , a four-star floor general, on the hardwood, Harris could excel as a receiver at the D-I level. Harris burned wildly athletic players off the line with his speed and agility. Harris’ gridiron prowess shouldn’t come as a shock, his father, , played at UNC, retired from the NFL in 2003, and won a Super Bowl ring with the Green Bay Packers in 1997. (USA Today)

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