Philadelphia Eagles: 5 Small School Prospects To Watch For In The 2015 NFL Draft

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Dec 14, 2013; Hammond, LA, USA; New Hampshire Wildcats wide receiver R.J. Harris (15) carries the ball past Southeastern Louisiana Lions defensive back Denzel Thompson (9) in the second half at Strawberry Stadium. New Hampshire defeated Southeastern Louisiana 20-17. Mandatory Credit: Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports

R.J. Harris, New Hampshire

Everyone talks about Eagles head coach Chip Kelly and his bias for his former Oregon players but what about his Wildcat bias? From the University of New Hampshire, that is, where Kelly used to play in 1992 and coach from 1994 to 2006. Kelly went to personally workout the Wildcat’s star wide receiver R.J. Harris prior to the draft, according to this report:

That’s a pretty big deal considering Kelly could be spending his time preparing for other things or looking at bigger name prospects. But nope, he insisted on getting an up close and personal look at Harris. At 6’0″, 191 lbs., Harris isn’t blowing anyone away with his size but his play on the field speaks for itself.

He finished the 2014 season with 100 receptions for 1,551 yards and 15 touchdowns. It’s clear Harris has talent and is certainly a player the Eagles have taken notice of.

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