After earning Freshman All American honors in 2003, Harris has gone on to become a standout on the Wolfpack Oline for the past two seasons at guard and center.
Versatility may be the best trait Harris brings to the table. He has more experience at center, but has the talent to move to guard in the NFL. He is a good athlete and plays with good short area quickness. He has the strength to drive defenders off the ball once he gets his hands on them. He is tough and will continue to battle in the trenches until the play is over.
Harris lacks great size to project to the next level. At center itís not such a big deal, but he may project more to guard. He lacks the elite mobility to get out and block consistently on the move. He has the strength to play guard, but his overall bulk is only average.
Leroy Harris is a player that has the talent to project to the next level, but his true position may not be set in stone. Some teams will view him as a center and some as a guard, but he could possibly play both for a team, and that may be the true selling point in selecting him in April.