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Marvin Harrison, Jr.

Marvin Harrison, Jr. (WR) – Ohio St. / Junior

6’3-1/4″, 209 Lbs. (Combine)

2022 Stats: 13 Games, 77 Rec, 1263 Yards, 16.4 YPRec, 14 Rec Tds

2023 Stats: 12 Games, 67 Rec, 1211 Yards, 18.1 YPRec, 14 Rec Tds


Awards:  2022 & 2023 Consensus All-American, 2023 Biletnikoff Award Winner, 2023 Big 10 Offensive Player of the Year, 2023 Heisman Trophy (4th place)

Measurables (Combine):

Hand Arm Wing
9-1/2″ 31-7/8″ 77-1/4″
40-Dash 10-Split Vertical Broad 3-Cone 20-Shuttle Bench
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RAS: (Available post-combine/pro day)

Games Watched: 2022 Vs. Georgia, 2023 Vs. Penn St.


Not only was Marvin Harrison raised by one of the greatest receivers of all time who also happened to be catching passes from one of the greatest QBs of all time, he was surrounded by elite WR talent throughout his tenure at THE Ohio St. university. Harrison’s combination of size and skill is unfair to defenders tasked with attempting to cover him. Elite athlete with excellent body control and a high level of concentration, these traits combine to create some incredible contested catches. Knows how to use all of his frame and athleticism to out body/out maneuver defenders in contested catch situations.


Per PFF, Harrison only had 5 missed tackles forced. Harrison is the only draft eligible receiver who is top 10 in receiving yards but has less than 10 missed tackles forced. Would like to see Harrison get a little more physical after the catch.


Marvin Harrison Jr. is the #1 overall prospect in this draft class and may be one of the best WRs to come out of college in the last 10 years or so. I don’t remember a WR prospect being so highly regarded since Larry Fitzgerald came out of Pitt. Harrison came in at #2 on Bruce Feldman’s freak list this past August, Feldman referred to his strength (bench presses 380, squats 500) and his explosiveness (broad jump of 10 feet 8”). If your team drafts outside of the top 3, don’t even bother thinking about Harrison because he will be gone.

Completed by: @coachschepps, 01/19/24

Reviewed & edited: J. Clark, 01/19/24

Updated: 03/03/24





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