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For anyone who also saw D Harris play last year, in what areas has he improved and where does he need the most work? TIA
My guess is to be a bit less awesome at times, so others don't look as bad.
I stayed up to watch the highlights and they showed everything but Drake Harris highlights on WOOD TV.
Marriage is like flying with kids, if the flight had 500 connections, never ended, Ted Striker were your pilot and you ate the fish.
Most likely don't have them or they were damaged somehow. WOOD TVs sports director has a son (MSU target as well) on Drake's team, so I'm sure GR Christian is a top priority for them.
...As a Junior.
According to Trieu's twitter looks like Drake is putting on a show. He had 113 and a TD when his team was up 28-0, now it's 56-7 at halftime and he has at least one more TD. Waiting for a yardage update.
Izzo at the game. [izzo]
Trieu estimates 6 grabs for 163 and 2 TDs in his one half of play last night.
Drake Harris @dharrisbball4
Can't wait for the state game tonight #LetsGetIt #SpartanDawgs #SpartyOn
And ironically some of us can't wait for his games. This is a good relationship!
Charles Rogers II
Drake Harris had seven catches for 154 yards and two touchdowns in Grand Rapids Christian's win against Hudsonville. He has racked up 22 catches for 454 yards and six touchdowns in four games.
Drake Harris: 10 catches for 211-yards & 4 TD's in 49-35 win over East Grand Rapids.
Holy hell. He is putting up ridiculous numbers.
Oh yeah! Just wait until he hits the basketball court.
So glad this guy is a Spartan
This is video game talent, lol. These are just silly numbers.
Agree....Izzo is GOD btw....just keeps recruiting the kid and going above and beyond the call of duty...he's committed: so most coaches relax: not Izzo because he knows it's a matter of time before Calipari or Coach K' come slithering in from the jungle to court this kid. By then....it'll be too late. Secondly and most importantly: I LOVE THE DRAKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So that puts his season totals at 32 rec, 665 yds, and 10 TDs in the first 5 games. And what amazes me is that this kid is still a junior. To keep that in mind, what can we expect next year?
I also thought it worth noting that GRCH plays one of the toughest schedules in the state. Plus the game against nationally ranked Cincinatti Moeller. So Drake is not putting these numbers up against Class D high schools from northern Michigan like a Dwuan Anderson. Good luck to Drake and GRC as the season progresses.
This post was edited by gcscots20 19 months ago
Calipari, Coach K, Saban, Miles, etc. All coaches want this kid for either/both sport(s).
EGR is a bit down this year, but still not chopped liver. Numbers are ridiculous.
Kid has a chance to be very special...
Harris No. 1 junior prospect.
Breaking down Drake's performance vs. Zeeland West.
Class of 2013 Zack Decker 6-5 210 Sr TE Schoolcraft Decker is a really good pass catching tight end that doesn
Awesome site, just thought I'd make it easier for those on this site.
Drake Harris 6-4 180 Jr WR Grand Rapids Christian
The Drake lived up to all the hype with an epic playoff performance against Zeeland West. He made seven receptions for 208 yards, including TDs of 32 and 42 yards. He also set up a field goal with a 49-yard catch and a TD with a 32-yard catch. None of those players were breakdowns where Harris found himself all alone, he had to work for it against two good players in West’s Braden Werley and Jon Pung.
"Stats are for Losers." - Pat "Nardawg" Narduzzi
He's gonna be special.
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