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Mark Harrison, WR

School: Rutgers  |  Conference: BIGE
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Stratford, CT
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 231 lbs.
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Player Lowdown

Combine Results
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4.372.581.5917 38 1/210'9"4.336.99
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Strengths Weaknesses

Harrison has the blend of size and speed that every scout is looking for but to earn more than late round or free agent considerations, he'll need to revert back to the consistent playmaking form he showed earlier in his career.

--Rob Rang

Player Overview

Throughout Greg Schiano's tenure as head coach, the Scarlet Knights have featured a vertical passing attack that has led to some eye-popping production from talented receivers. Mohamed Sanu left as the school's all-time receptions leader, but most of his catches came over the middle. Prior to him was more classic outside burners like Kenny Britt, Tiquan Underwood and Tim Brown, among others.

As recently as a year ago, Harrison looked poised to join these ranks, catching 44 passes for 829 yards and nine scores to overshadow Sanu. Rather than take off in 2010, however, Harrison slid back, struggling with drops amid the expecations of becoming a superstar. While he averaged a gaudy 19.6 yards per catch a season ago, his production slipped mightily and he finished with "just" 14 grabs for 274 yards and two scores -- a catch total that ranked him fifth on the team.

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04/29/2013 - The Bears on Sunday agreed to terms with the following 10 undrafted free agents: Rutgers receiver Mark Harrison...Harrison led Rutgers last season with 44 receptions for 583 yards and six touchdowns. As a sophomore in 2010, he started 11 of 12 games played and was named the team's offensive MVP, recording 44 receptions for 829 yards and nine TDs. Pro Football Weekly's 2013 Draft Preview describes Harrison as a "big, straight-linish, monotone receiver who flashes ability to factor outside the numbers and in the red zone." - Larry Mayer, ChicagoBears.com

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