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Harrison had a tough act to follow as the successor to the Pouncey twins on the Florida offense, but he has been one of the bright spots on the offensive line as the starting center for most of the past two seasons. Better at the point of attack than he is on the move, Harrison may ultimately wind up playing guard in the NFL. He is explosive and powerful, demonstrating the potential be a devastating run blocker when he keeps his pad level down. He does not possess the feet or lateral quickness of most great pass protectors and is often late to react to stunts or blitzing linebackers. Improvement in these areas will play a big part in determining how highly he is drafted next April. –Jeremy Hyde, 06/12