The New Class: Drew Harris

Drew Harris
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 210
Position: Running Back
Hometown: Exton, Pa.
High School: Downington East Rating: Four stars
Position Ranking: 22
State ranking: 11
Recruited by: Shane Beamer
Has your size changed at all?
I think I'm up to 6-foot-2, 220 now.
What does your workout routine entail?
Just basic stuff like squats, dead lifts and clean jerks and stuff like that. Then, it's ladder footwork and everything that can prepare me.
When do you plan on reporting to Virginia Tech?
July 2.
What do you plan on working or improving on through this summer?
Lateral movements and better hands.
How would you describe your playing style?
I would say my playing style is somewhat unique. I can do stuff in small spaces, but at the same time, I can create space for myself.
What are some of your goals for your freshman season at Virginia Tech?
Just to be one of the best Hokies ever.
What player or team are you most looking forward to going up against?
Miami and Alabama in two years, just because of who they are.
What's your favorite food?
Hmm, I'd have to say buffalo chicken cheesesticks.
What is your favorite movie?
Nah, I can't say I have a favorite movie. I do like Fast Five though.
What is your favorite TV show?
I don't really watch a lot of TV, but I'd say just Sports Center.
Who is your favorite musician?
Wocka Flocka.
What would be three words to describe you?
Truthful, hard-working and perseverance.
If you could date any celebrity, who would it be?
If you could go toe to toe in the ring with anybody, who would it be?
The late and great Bruce Lee. I'd try to kick him.
What's been your most memorable experience playing football?
I'd have to say my sophomore year. I won a game with no time left on the clock. We were down 48-47 and I demanded the ball and we punched it in for two and won 49-48 in a playoff game with a couple thousand people there.
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