Player Spotlight: Jaden Harris C/O ’22 Cornerback/Linebacker/Punter/Wideout

Jaden Harris is a rising senior for Riverwood High School in Atlanta, Georgia, and he is also the teammate of Jonathan Brown, who we have previously written on.

For the Raiders, Harris sees time at virtually every position on the field. On offense, Harris plays both wideout and tailback and on defense, he plays corner, safety and linebacker. Harris is even the punter on special teams!

What can’t this guy do?!

Standing at 6’2, 180 pounds, Harris has great size already as a junior, and he will likely add even more on before his career is over.

Harris is a burner, as he runs a blazing 4.38 in the forty-yard-dash!

Harris would complete his junior campaign with 58 tackles on the year, with 9 PBU’s and 1 INT. He also had two punts inside the 20 and over 200 all-purpose yards.

Harris stated that there were a few things that set him apart from other players, in his opinion.

“I play several different positions for my team,” Harris said. “That shows my versatility, but t also shows that I am a team player, and I will do whatever it takes to help my team be in the best position to win.”

What a selfless player!

In the classroom, Harris takes care of business, with his 3.0 GPA, which is more than enough to play at the next level.

While Harris does not yet have any offers, it will be hard to leave a talented player like him, with great size, without an offer for long! It will be interesting to see where he ends up!


Twitter: @jadenharrris

Published by Zane Rowland

I love sports and I love helping kids reach their goals and dreams!

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