15 R.J. Harris
15 R.J. Harris
Height: 6-0
Weight: 194
Year: So.
Hometown: Odenton, Md.
High School: Arundel
Position: WR
Major: Communication

The son of Ronnie Sr. and Annette Harris... born 6-3-92 in Wurzburg, Germany


2012 Statistics
Named ECAC D-I FCS All-Star... named to All-CAA First Team and College Sports Madness All-CAA First Team… CAA leader in receiving yards/game (89.2) and total receiving yards (981); ranked second in receptions (73) and receptions/game (6.6)… team-leading nine TD catches rank third in league… currently ranked No. 7 in school single-season history in receiving yards and No. 5 in single-season catches… registered his fourth 100-yard receiving game of season and eighth of career by collecting eight catches for 131 yards in victory at Rhode Island on Oct. 27… notched seven catches for 88 yards and a TD in win at Maine on Oct. 20...  recorded five catches for 94 yards and two TDs in Homecoming win vs Richmond on Oct. 13... notched third 100-yard receiving game of season and seventh of career with seven-reception, 129-yard effort in win over No. 8 Delaware on Sept. 29; scored two TDs on 32-yard reception and seven-yard reception from Andy Vailas; subsequently named College Sports Madness CAA Offensive Player of Week... recorded career-high 191 receiving yards on eight catches, including two TDs, in loss at Old Dominion; registered career-high 73-yard reception from Andy Vailas... caught six passes for 67 yards in win against CCSU... led ‘Cats in catches for second straight week with six grabs for 61 yards in loss at Minnesota... received Gold Helmet Award for the FCS Sept. 5... tied career high with 12 catches and compiled 102 receiving yards in win at Holy Cross; scored TD on eight-yard catch from Goldrich and rushed for career-high 57 yards on four carries, with long catch of 21 yards and long rush of 25 yards; led 'Cats with 159 all-purpose yards... named to Phil Steele's Preseason All-CAA Second Team; publication ranked him No. 23 WR in nation... placed on CFPA Wide Receiver Award Watch List... named to College Sports Madness Preseason All-CAA Second Team... named Beyond Sports Network Preseason All-American Honorable Mention...played in all 12 games...caught 84 passes for 1059 yards and scored 9 touchdowns...averaged 88.2 yards per game...ran the ball 14 times for 153 yards averaging 12.8 yards a game.

2011 Statistics
Tabbed to College Sports Journal All-Freshman Team... named to All-CAA Second Team... recorded four 100-yard receiving games and was two-time CAA Rookie of Week... made 50 receptions for team-high 714 yards and team-leading seven touchdown catches (tied for CAA lead) in 11 games, including four starts... led 'Cats with 14.3 yards/catch and 64.9 yards/game with season-high 66-yard reception (TD vs Villanova)... rushed eight times for 44 yards and a TD, with a season-high rush of 23 yards (vs Rhode Island)... returned 13 kickoffs for 212 yards (16.3 yards/return) with a long of 55 yards (vs James Madison)... ranked second on team (behind Dontra Peters) with 970 all-purpose yards (88.2/game)... grabbed four passes for 56 yards in second-round playoff loss at Montana State... led team with six catches for 106 yards and two touchdowns (tying career high) in win against Maine; added two kickoff returns for 30 yards and was named CAA Rookie of Week and College Sports Madness CAA Player of the Week... tallied three catches for 51 yards and returned two kickoffs for 78 yards in win vs James Madison... collected career-high 23-yard rush for first career rushing TD in win over Rhode Island... had two catches for 23 yards, including 15-yard TD reception from Kevin Decker, in loss at William & Mary... collected team-leading seven catches for career-best 190 receiving yards and career-high 66-yard TD reception in win vs Villanova; earned CFPA WR Performer of Week Honorable Mention... snared career-high 12 catches for 120 yards and career-high two TDs in win at Richmond; scoring grabs went for 19 yards and 47 yards; was named CAA Rookie of Week and The Sports Network/Fathead.com Rookie of Week... hauled in eight catches for 107 yards and touchdown in win at Lehigh; marked first career 100-yard receiving game and first career TD (12-yard reception from Decker)... had four catches for 46 yards, including 27-yard reception, in loss at Toledo... made four receptions for 19 yards, including a five-yard TD catch from Alex Park, in spring Blue-White Game; also carried one time for 14 yards

Redshirt season

Career Highs:
    Yards    57, at Holy Cross, 2012
    Carries    4, at Holy Cross, 2012
    Longest    25, at Holy Cross, 2012
    Touchdowns    1, vs Rhode Island, 2011
    Yards    191, at Old Dominion, 2012
    Receptions    12, 2x last at Holy Cross, 2012
    Longest    73, at Old Dominion, 2012
    Touchdowns    2, 3x, last at Old Dominion, 2012
Kick Returns    Longest    55, vs James Madison, 2011

Before UNH
Played WR/DB at Arundel High School for coach Chuck Markiewicz...left Arundel with five school records and two state records...grabbed 181 receptions over career for 2,618 yards, averaging 14.0 yds per catch, and scored 48 touchdowns...in senior season alone averaged 138 rec. yards a game, scoring a Md. state-record 28 TDs...returned four punts for 70 yards and two touchdowns...set the Maryland single-game reception record by registering 20 catches for 239 yds and three touchdowns in opening game of state playoffs...also lettered in basetball at Arundel

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