A two year starter for Oklahoma at left tackle, Harrison made really big strides in 2022 that put him on the map as a projected day two pick.
He only allowed one sack and eight more pressures (Per PFF) this season. A large majority of those were against inside moves, where he fails to keep his lower half working as he throws his hands. His lateral agility is mediocre.
On a down by down basis, he has extremely active hands in pass protection, almost like a boxer working the jab to keep the opposition off balance. He does a really good job eliminating speed rushers trying to win the corner, gaining leverage with his outside hand and understanding spacing.
Against legit speed to power, Harrison still lacks consistency. He was noticeably a stronger player in his base from 2021 to 2022, leaving optimism that trajectory continues for a player that just turned 21 in February.
In the run game, he brings straight line speed on the move and hard nosed effort. He doesn’t develop a ton of lower leg drive power, but does a great job with positioning and angles. I love his mindset to work through the rep, not content to just arrive at his target.
Overall, Harrison has upside as a pass protector as a true left tackle. He lacks downhill, bulldozing run blocking ability but shows effort and a fighter’s mentality.
He’ll most likely start his career as a swing tackle, but should develop into a capable starter with limitations by year two.
Harrison had a pre-draft visit with the Jets.