While Harrison did not have the most impressive career numbers (76 reception, 1,264 yards and 13 touchdowns) at Rutgers, he did have one of the best receiving games in Rutgers history (10 receptions, 240 yards and 4 touchdowns).
Coming out of college, Harrison's strengths were his straight line speed, strength and vertical leap. Because of his strength and size, defenders have trouble jamming him at the line of scrimmage and bringing him down once he has the ball. Although Harrison was known for making impressive contested catches, he had trouble catching some routine balls. He also has trouble making cuts because of his "tight" hips.
129" broad jump
9 5/8" hands
35" arm length