Jeremiah Harris | Webber International University | Wide receiver

Twitter: @Squiiirrell
Instagram: @3miah

Q: Tell us about your college career and what the recruiting process was like. Why did you choose Webber International?

A: The recruiting process for me was pretty straight forward, coming out of high school I had 5 NAIA schools interested in me playing and I chose Webber International just because it was close to home.

Q: What would you consider to be your biggest accomplishment in your sports career so far?

A: My biggest accomplishment so far would be playing all of my college games without any major injuries in 4 straight years.

Q: What do you consider to be one of the more important things you learned from the coaching staff while playing at Webber International?

A: The most important thing I learned so far is no matter how good you think you are, “what you put on film is who you are”

Q: What was your major and what are your plans if football didn’t work out?

A: My major is Sports Business Management and my fall back plan is to become a coach at a division one school.

Q: What would your teammates say about you and your qualities?

A: Although undersize, I play like I’m 6’8 and do not let my height discourage me from anybody on the field.

Q: What has been your biggest challenge and how do you manage it? 

A: My biggest challenge has been maintaining a good GPA, football, and being a dad 24/7. I feel as if it’s my responsibility to make sure I’m not slacking because I chose to do the things I did and can’t let my circumstances at home keep me from the main goal which is earning a degree and getting to the next level.

Q: What is your biggest strength that you bring to a professional team and why should pro scouts consider you 

A: I give my complete best at all times, whether it’s with the starters on offense or on the practice squad giving the defense a look. Everybody gone get some work. To be the best you have to go up against the best.

Q: Who is or has been the most influential person in your life?

A: My dad, he never missed a game since I been playing football. His career was cut short due to certain things in life and he pushes me to stay on the right track cause he know that I have the potential to be great. 

Q: How are you preparing for the 2019 National Scouting Combine and what are your expectations?

A: I’m making sure my mental and physical being are in tip top shape and working on being more explosive out of my 3-point stance. I expect to run at the highest a 4.5 and everything else I feel I will be good on.

Q: What would be your ultimate achievement?

A: My ultimate achievement would be just to get to that next level, like I said before I don’t care if it’s practice squad I just want to know that I can make it and successful. I been counted out my entire life.


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