Reggie Harrell
WR | (6'2", 214, 4.62) | TCU

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Overall: Harrell, who also is a standout hurdler in track for TCU, is a redshirt senior that spent time as a backup behind Adrian Madise and LaTarence Dunbar early in his career before taking over as a fulltime starter in 2003. The Horned Frogs ran the ball almost twice as much as they threw it but when they did throw Harrell was the primary target. He led the team with 58 receptions in 2003 and averaged 17.4 yards per catch. Harrell missed two games because of a finger injury as a senior in 2004 and finished with 32 receptions for 595 yards and four TD's. Harrell has good size, consistent hands and knows how to use his body to shield defenders. He continues to improve with experience and he looks to have the potential to develop into a possession-type sub-package receiver in the NFL. However, his lack of speed is ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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