Draft Profile: BioTre Harris from Comeaux High School was rated a 3-star recruit by ESPN and handed a 2-star grade by 247 Sports. After high school, Harris opted to join Louisiana Tech.
In 2020 as a freshman Harris saw action in just 2 games for the Bulldogs as he made one reception for only 20 yards for an average of 20.0 yards per reception, with no TDs, and an elite QB rating when targeted of 118.8.
As a sophomore in 2021 he played 12 games and had 41 catches for 584 yards for an average of 14.2 yards per catch, with 4 TDs, and QB rating when targeted of 104.5.
As a junior in 2022 he played 12 games and hauled in 64 catches for 925 yards for an average of 14.5 yards per catch, with 10 TDs, and QB rating when targeted of 108.5.
After the end of the season Harris transferred to Ole Miss where as a senior in 2023 he played 4 games and had 16 catches for 341 yards for an average of 21.3 yards per catch, 6 TDs, and an elite QB rating when targeted of 147.1.
Scouting Report: Strengths
- Harris has the straight-line speed to stretch the middle of the field, and Harris consistently runs away from defenders in catch-and-run situations.
- He combines good speed with his size, and he accelerates off the line better than most big receivers.
- He plays with a smoothness and balance, and he shows a knack for setting up defensive backs.
- He has strong hands and is extremely competitive, and he has an innate sense of timing when it comes to elevating and high-pointing balls.
- A fluid mover capable of creating some separation over the middle of the field, he has the long arms and soft hands to provide a sizable catch radius.
- He’s a precise route runner, creating separation when used on quick outs and stop patterns in college. Harris has good stop-start ability and lateral agility.
- Fluid athlete with explosive burst and speed to stretch the field and breeze past defenders. Has a quick first step and gets to top speed in a hurry.
Scouting Report: Weaknesses
- He’ll have to develop a better feel for sitting down against zone coverage.
- Does not always use his hands to secure deep throws, allowing the ball into his pads and chest.
- Physically, Harris profiles as a guy who should have success facing the quarterback, but he struggles to gear down and make the necessary sharp cuts to create separation underneath.
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