Texas A&M added a 24th member to its 2010 signing class on Tuesday. Offensive guard Jarvis Harrison (Navasota, Texas) joins what was an already top-notch group of offensive linemen led by tackles Luke Joeckel (Arlington, Texas/Arlington High) and Jake Matthews (Missouri City, Texas/Elkins). In Harrison, the Aggies inked a 6-foot-4, 320-pound guard prospect that is in his second year of playing football after being a basketball player only for many years. Navasota head coach Lee Fedora talked to texags.com about his raw talent with an unlimited ceiling. "Jarvis is one of the best offensive linemen that I've been fortunate enough to be around and coach," Said Fedora. "When I look at o-lineman, what I'm always looking for are guys with great work ethic because they're the guys in the trenches fighting the battles. Jarvis is exactly that type of kid and he'll play through pain. His upside is so outstanding in the fact that he's a physical, strong kid that's going to work until the job is done. You always hear these o-line coaches talking about finishing the play, and you'll see on Jarvis' highlights how he finishes the play." Harrison becomes the second true guard prospect in the class joining Shep Kline (Katy, Texas/Katy High). Garrett Gramling (Denton, Texas/Ryan) is also likely to move into guard on the college level and Matthews has the ability to play anywhere along the line.
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