Dwayne Harris Scouting Report
Dwayne Harris
Dwayne Harris - East Carolina (HT: 5-10⅜ - WT: 203)
Combine 40: 4.55 - Pro Day 40: N/A - Position Rank: 19 of 60

Positives: Good hands, doesn't drop a lot of balls... Reliable player, comes up big on third downs and at the end of games... Good route runner, likes to work the middle of the field, does most of his work within 10 yards of the line of scrimmage... Solid burst off the line of scrimmage, can get separation in man coverage... Cuts well, very elusive in the open field... Hard runner, tough guy to bring down when he gets going, gets a lot of yards after the catch... Very consistent production, had 83 receptions in 2009 and 101 in 2010... Had five or more catches in every game this year and a TD in eight of 13 games... Large hands... Former quarterback, understands coverage, does a great job at finding soft spots in the zone... Has experience lining up at quarterback in the wildcat formation... Added value as a special teams player, should return punts for whichever team drafts him... 2009 Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Year... Good possession receiver who excels out of the slot... He's a gamer, measurables won't blow you away, but he plays fast... Hands are like glue, is able to make one-handed grabs.

Negatives: Has just average speed, will not beat a lot of corners deep... Below-average leaping ability, not great at going up for jump balls... Has some minor injury concerns, had a foot injury in 2008 that caused him to miss the last four games of the year... Rather short to play on the outside... Not a deep threat, his long plays come on yards after the catch... Will not be a number one or two option, more of a role player... Stats may be inflated by East Carolina's spread offense that focused on getting him the ball in space.

Season Team   REC YDS AVG LNG TD
  268 3002 11.2 76 20
2007 East Carolina   26 246 9.5 22 2
2008 East Carolina   58 654 11.3 52 1
2009 East Carolina   83 979 11.8 59 7
2010 East Carolina   101 1123 11.1 76 10

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