Florida State - Seminoles
Mike Harris - #1 - CB
|Event||Ht||Wt||Hand||Arm||Wing||Wonderlic||40 yard||BP||BJ||VJ||20s||60s||3 Cn|
|03/14/2012 Florida State Pro Day||5-10 3/8||184||8 7/8||31 1/4||77 3/4||4.54|
|02/29/2012 Combine||5-10 1/4||188||9||32 1/4||78 1/8||4.54||9'9"||36||4.10||11.28||6.82|
|03/15/2011 Junior Pro Day||5-10 3/8||181||9||32||4.55|
The Florida prep spent two seasons at El Camino College (Calif.). Recorded 26 tackles, 10 pass breakups and one interception with one forced fumble and two blocked kicks in nine games as a freshman in 2008. Played in all 11 games in ’09 and posted 40-6-3 with three tackles for loss and returned two of his interceptions for touchdowns. Selected FSU over Alabama, Florida and Oregon, among others. Spent the ’10 season as the primary nickel back, seeing extensive action in all 14 games and posting 41-5-4 with two forced fumbles. In ‘11, logged 58-9-1 with six tackles for loss and one sack in 13 games with four starts at the field corner and two at the boundary corner.Positives:
Athletic. Diagnoses and reacts quickly. Plays bigger than his size — as a tackler and in the air. Good ball skills. Shows anticipation and timing to break on throws. Does not panic when he loses a step and has sense to play the pocket. Supports the run and breaks down to tackle. Has experience over the slot and on special teams. Good character. Respected by teammates and coaches.Negatives:
Adequate size. Needs to improve functional strength to fend off blocks. Pedestrian speed — struggles to keep pace with burners. Average range and recovery burst. Could stand to refine press technique. Can do a better job getting his head around when the ball is in the air.Summary:
Smoothly muscled, competitive, versatile, quietly confident cornerback lacking desirable speed and explosiveness, but earned his way onto the field amidst a talented FSU secondary and was productive. Dependable sub-package and special-teams contributor.
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