Harvey plays on defense for the Raiders, and he rotates through several positions in the secondary, such as corner, nickel and safety.
That versatility enabled Harvey to finish the season with 47 tackles on the year, showing he can tackle, and not just cover.
Speaking of coverage, Harvey grabbed 2 INT’s on the season, as well as finished the year with 8 pass breakups, showing his coverage skills are elite!
On the season, Harvey felt as things did not go as they could have, and he is hungry for his senior season to end the right way next fall.
“I feel like the season did not go how we planned for it to go,” Harvey said. “At times, it seemed we were not on the page. Moving forward, this team definitely has something to prove!”
Harvey knows that he has to separate himself from others on the field, due to his stature, 5’7, 150 pounds, so he makes up for it in technique and skills.
“I feel like my quickness is one thing that helps me,” Harvey said. “I also have great block-shedding ability, coupled with great technique. My ability to read the routes that wideouts run also helps me.”
While Harvey does not yet hold any offers, he has a 2.8 GPA which will qualify him, and he should see those offers coming in before this time next year.