Drake Harris Big Time Talent

Drake Harris is currently committed to Michigan State but that hasn't stopped top tier programs from around the country as they continue to recruit the nation's sixth ranked wide receiver prospect.

Drake Harris is a silky smooth wide out checking in from Grand Rapids (MI) Grand Rapids Christian High School. Harris stands 6'4 and 180-pounds and made an early verbal pledge to Michigan State. That has not stopped the top programs from around the country in an effort to sway the four star wide out.

"I have offers from Florida, Alabama, Vanderbilt, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Michigan, Michigan State, Tennessee, Purdue and Indiana. I will be going down to Ohio State on Feb 24th and I scheduled a visit to Florida on March 22nd the whole weekend. I am just looking to get to know the coaching staff, the players and find out more about the educational part of the universities and also check out the facilities and stuff. I believe the strengths of my game are to go vertical and just have the quarterback throw it up to me because I am a bigger wide receiver and I can jump and have speed. Also catching the ball underneath and making people miss is a big part of my game. I also have really good hands. Then probably my weakness right now is probably just my strength. I need to get stronger in the weight room but that will all come in time. Right now I am 6'4 and 180-pounds with a 4.39 and 39 inch vertical."

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