New Hampshire receiver R.J. Harris knew a familiar obstacle stood in his way if he wanted to achieve his dream of playing in the NFL. Once he signed with his agent, he moved to Weston, Fla., when he worked with trainer Matt Gates at Fit Speed Athletic Performance. At New Hampshire’s pro day on March 19, Harris broke off 40 times of 4.49 and 4.53, hopefully silencing any concerns that may have existed about his speed.
New Hampshire receiver R.J. Harris knew a familiar obstacle stood in his way if he wanted to achieve his dream of playing in the NFL. Once he signed with his agent, he moved to Weston, Fla., when he worked with trainer Matt Gates at Fit Speed Athletic Performance. At New Hampshire’s pro day on March 19, Harris broke off 40 times of 4.49 and 4.53, hopefully silencing any concerns that may have existed about his speed.
New Hampshire receiver R.J. Harris knew a familiar obstacle stood in his way if he wanted to achieve his dream of playing in the NFL. Once he signed with his agent, he moved to Weston, Fla., when he worked with trainer Matt Gates at Fit Speed Athletic Performance. At New Hampshire’s pro day on March 19, Harris broke off 40 times of 4.49 and 4.53, hopefully silencing any concerns that may have existed about his speed.