What does everyone think of this switch? I'm personally excited because he looked good as a freshman, minus the fumbles. It seemed that ever since the fumble on the goal line against OSU he was in the dog-house with the staff. However he seemed to hit the hole hard and have good vision and excelleration. He was a burner in high school and ran sub 4.5's consistantly.
I think it's a good move by the staff especially considering how Scales hasn't been able to stay healthy. I like Scales but after so many knee surgeries how effective of a runner can he be? I think Harris has a lot of potential to be a solid back up to J. J. Bass or perhaps even be a starter.
I kinda have mixed feelings about it. He is one of our fastest players and best athletes and he may not really see the field enough to make a consistent impact. With Bass, Scales, Harris, JJ, and Cameron Bell we have a lot of talent there.
I thought Harris really improved at FS last year as the season went on and I was hoping he and James Smith would be manning the safetys next year since Caleb Berg just doesn't seem to be fit as as a Big XII starter, but I'm sure the coaching staff will do whatever is best for the team
This is spring training and we lack backs for now. It may be a quick look. It either means Jason is not needed on defense or we are short of backs eein a pinch. Nebraska pulls this stuff all the time - some go back and forth they are considered fill-ins in the big picture. You do it for the team.
Looking forward to CFH magic for the next bball season, Georges style.
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