Harris At Work

Harris At Work

The Clinton(MS) Arrows have started their season with a record of 1-2. Sounds like they havent been world beaters, but the truth is they have played some tough competition and have been in every game. One of the reasons for that has been their very good defense. Leading the way on that side of the ball has been Linebacker Herbert Harris. Harris talks with the Cajun Redzone.

The Clinton(MS) Arrows have started their season with a record of 1-2. Sounds like they havent been world beaters, but the truth is they have played some tough competition and have been in every game. One of the reasons for that has been their very good defense. Leading the way on that side of the ball has been Linebacker Herbert Harris. Harris talks with the Cajun Redzone.

Friday night the Arrows will travel to Jackson Provine in an attempt to even their record to 2-2. Harris says they have done everything they can to get ready.

"We have been busting our butts all week long on both sides of the ball. This is a game that if we show up and play like we can, we will leave with a win. Its a big game for us, maybe our most important, so I know we are gonna be ready."

Harris has been a steady leader for Clinton. He has up'ed his game this year and it shows on the field.

"I have between 30 and 40 tackles on the year. I have been attacking the ball and working hard. All the camps I went to showed me so much and its been good for me. Their are some things I need to work on, but I am doing my best."

Several schools have noticed the improvement in Harris' game this year.

"I am hearing from Mississippi State, Southern Miss, UL, LSU, and Alabama. I get stuff from MSU and USM everyday. I am open to anyone. Its still early so I am gonna let my work do my talking and I know someone will eventually take notice. I just want to play football."

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