Denver Harris

  • Pos CB
  • Height 6-1
  • Weight 190

Prospect Info

  • High School North Shore
  • City Houston, TX
  • Exp 2024 - ...

UTSA Roadrunners

  • Jersey #25
  • Class JR
  • Age 20

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H.S. Scouting Report

2 evaluations

Evaluated 12/18/2021

Gabe Brooks 247Sports Scouting Analyst


Second Round

Reminds Us Of

Kristian Fulton Tennessee Titans

Owns a plus frame with requisite height and length relative to the position. Size already gives opposing wideouts problems. Possesses a ton of potential as a jammer. Uses frame to advantage and will mix it up with wideouts at the line of scrimmage.

Light on his feet and sinks hips. Flashes encouraging redirecting ability and general fluidity. On-field top-end speed has not been a weakness in high school with requisite turn-and-run ability in the vertical passing game.

Dangerous with the ball if he makes the pick. Generally a good technician with awareness and a natural feel for the position. Likely capable of playing outside or in the slot.

Has faced outstanding competition relative to the high school level in practices and games. Member of two Texas 6A D-I state championship teams (sophomore and senior years).

Above average functional athlete relative to the position, though no verified context in testing or track categories. Will need to prove top gear can maintain vs. elite high-major receivers. Capable tackler but can improve consistency.

One of the nation's top cornerbacks in his class. Should be a high-floor prospect with developmental upside given frame and instincts. Projects as a potential impact player in a power conference with long-term NFL Draft early-round potential.

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H.S. Athletic Background

2021: As a senior, helped North Shore to its third Texas 6A D-I state championship in four seasons.
2020: MaxPreps Junior All-American first-team selection. Texas District 21-6A Defensive Player of the Year. Suffered knee injury in North Shore's Texas 6A D-I state semifinal loss.
2019: Texas District 21-6A first-team selection at cornerback as a sophomore. Helped North Shore to a 15-1 record and second consecutive Texas 6A D-I state championship.

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