Jermaine Harris
S | (6'4", 210, 4.6) | South Carolina

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Overall: Harris, the nephew of Franco Harris, transferred from Georgia Military Junior College in 2002 and redshirted that season. He started all 12 games as a junior in 2003 and had 54 total tackles, but only had four TFL and one PBU, and was without a sack or interception. As a senior in 2004, Harris played in all 11 games but lost his starting job to Jamacia Jackson, played a situational role, and finished with just 27 total tackles, one INT and two PBU. Harris is a big, physical and powerful strong safety with the frame to get even bigger and stronger than he is right now. He has adequate straight-line speed and can hold up in certain zone coverage situations. However, Harris is not a great athlete and he lacks ideal man-to-man cover skills and range to hold up in deep zone coverage. Harris failed to improve his instincts, ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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