Cougars Wraup Up Football Recruiting
Feb. 13, 2001
PULLMAN, Wash. -- - Washington State University head football coach Mike Price put the finishing touches on football recruiting this week with the signing of Charles Harris, a 6-6 defensive lineman out of Mead High in Spokane.
With the receipt of Harris' national letter of intent, the Cougars wrapped up their recruiting efforts with 27 high school seniors and a pair of junior college transfers, a total of 29 scholarship athletes.
'Charles Harris has unlimited potential, a player who could be on either side of the ball,' offered Price. 'He is a three-sport athlete whose best football days are still ahead of him.'
HARRIS, CHARLES DE 6-6 250 FR SPOKANE, WASH.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Mead High, where he participated in football, basketball and track...football coach Bob McCray...played defensive end...as a JUNIOR earned player of the game twice...SENIOR season earned honorable mention for the Greater Spokane League...was the player of the game three times...captained the basketball team to the district playoffs.
PERSONAL: Charles Jermaine Harris...born 12/7/82 in Anadarko, Okla....parents Wade Pribble and Marie Harris...father a mechanic and mother a nurse...three sisters, Takesha, Latasha, Falicia...was the student body treasurer during his junior and senior years in high school...interested in WSU's marketing or business programs.
[For a complete rundown on WSU's recruits, access the Feb. 7 posting on WSU's web site. The story has been updated to include Harris bio.]