2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about CHARLES HARRIS: Missouri, 6026 253 4.82. Junior entry from Kansas City, MO. Two year starter who only began playing football his junior year of high school. He burst onto the scene as a red-shirt sophomore in 2015, leading the SEC with 18.5 tackles for loss. His 2016 wasn’t as productive, but he did enough to earn his second straight second-team All-SEC honor. Long-limbed, flexible, explosive athlete with a nose for the ball. Has a very athletic frame capable of handling more bulk. Plays with a switch that never turns off. Relentless in pursuit with easy tackle to tackle range. Can beat blockers up the edge while maintaining low pad level and the ability to turn ninety degrees. Effective spin move that is well timed with accurate foot placement. Very agile lower body with plus-flexibility throughout. Can make himself small and slippery, getting through creases. More stout against the run than his frame suggests. Doesn’t play with proper pad level often enough. Doesn’t get a push at the point of attack. Needs more power to stifle blockers. Too one-dimensional. Lacks awareness and natural instincts. Easy to fool with counters and fakes. Slow to recognize. Harris is an edge threat who can win a lot of one-on-one battles with movement alone. He can explode out of his stance and immediately force a tackle to react to him on one play, but show an effective double move back inside on the next. Needs to develop more bulk on his wiry frame to make him more effective when engaged with blockers. Until then, he is a situational player. 2016 stats: 61 T, 12 TFL, 9 sacks, 2 PBU, 10 QBH, 2 FF, 1 FR. Edge speed:left 1.90, right 2.00. OSR:31/ 40. First/second round. (A-32 3/8, H-9 5/8, BP-21, 10-1.68).