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John Harris: 'I Could See Myself There'

John Harris

Wide receiver John Harris quickly made a name for himself on the football field during his sophomore campaign at Naaman Forest High School in Garland, and top programs took notice. Harris took a visit to Austin over the weekend and talked with Inside Texas about the experience.

Naaman Forest wide receiver John Harris was nothing short of dangerous last season with the ball in his hands. As only a sophomore, Harris racked up 845 yards receiving, averaging 18.8 yards per catch, and found the end zone nine times on his way to earning Sophomore of the Year and First Team All-District honors. At 6-foot-...

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