Dwayne Harris to Dallas Cowboys: 2011 NFL Draft Scouting Report

Dylan MacNamara@@DylanMacNamaraSenior Writer IApril 30, 2011

2011 Senior Bowl Invitee Dwayne Harris was named the 2010 Conference USA Most Valuable Player after his senior season at ECU. 

Harris set school marks for both receptions (101) and receiving yards (1,123) during his impressive campaign that led to his Senior Bowl invitation. 

Unfortunately for Harris, his Senior Bowl week was hugely disappointing. He routinely showed a lack of burst and was unable to separate from the DBs in Mobile, AL. 

Once in the NFL, Harris projects as a third or fourth option, possession receiver type. 

The Cowboys could use a slot WR to work the middle of the field, and Harris fits the bill. 

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