2017 NFL Draft Talk w/ DE Charles Harris

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NFL Draft 2017 – DE Charles Harris

Missouri DE Charles Harris took time out of his preparation for the 2017 NFL Draft to talk with Connor Livesay.

Missouri has been an edge-rusher production line over the last few years. Shane Ray, Michael Same, Kony Ealy and in 2017 we are looking at Charles Harris.

6’3″, 253 lbs with a 4.82 40 yard dash Charles Harris athletic ability shined at the NFL Combine where his quick first step and lateral quickness jumped out in drills putting an exclamation point on his excellent game tape.

Coming off 56 tackles, 18.5 for loss and seven sacks it’s safe to say he’s caught NFL talent evaluator’s attention. Unlike in kindergarten, being disruptive in the backfield is a good thing. Able to play in a two-gap scheme it’s predicted Charles will excel in a one-gap where his natural ability to be disruptive will be accentuated.

Livesay keeps it real, puts things in perspective and gives you an “up close” picture of a “top NFL Draft Prospect” for 2017.

STL NFL Draft Talk with DE Charles Harris

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