Pros: “Harrison possesses the size, athleticism and playing strength needed to dominate his present level of competition and shows both the run- and pass-blocking skills needed for success at the major level of play. He has good flexibility, balance and agility playing out of two- and three-point stances. He displays the ability to adjust his feet to quick change of direction movement. He plays on his feet in space and gives a good effort downfield.” – ESPN scouting report
Cons: “He will need to improve his hands use, but his size, playing strength and athleticism indicate the potential to step in and become an immediate impact player.” – ESPN scouting report
Similar to/potential role:Kennedy Estelle. Both players are tall, over three bills and possess the type of bend and athleticism needed to be a bookend. Both have very nimble feet and quick hands that will serve them well in run-blocking at Texas. But unlike Estelle, who seldom played in 2012, Harrison will see the field right away.
Expected impact: 2013. Yes, the Longhorns return all five starters on the offensive line. But there is no way Harrison won’t compete for early playing time. He could potentially start at left tackle, which could send a domino effect of change throughout the line.