2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about NICK HARRIS: Washington, 6007 302 5.13. Four-year starter, Inglewood, CA. Has experience at all three interior spots. First-team All Pac 12 in 2019 and 2018, honorable mention in 2017. He is incredibly twitchy and quick which translates into power. While he could use more strength training below the waist to improve his anchor, he is more than powerful enough to make a physical impact. Can reach defenders that other centers simply cannot and he has a way of turning his body with full control while engaged to make himself stick to his target. He is a potential difference maker in the middle of the line because of how much range he has. There is a nastiness in him that makes him an every down threat. Gets off the snap fast and still get his hands on first. Will replace his hands over and over to maintain inside position. Feet are as active as it gets. Keeps them churning and it translates well into power. Reaches the linebacker deep which will create running lanes for the back. A feisty blocker who understands angles and leverage. Can turn himself while engaged with the defender. Outstanding body control and balance, capable of a recoil to reestablish his position. Can re-anchor well via quickness and intelligence. A smart player who can take control of the line calls. Will need to work on his anchor. Has a hard time using his base as roots and may shorten the area for the quarterback to step up to. Hands get a bit wide as a run blocker. Will widen out his base too much, making him lose lower body power and struggle to regain balance. Slightly undersized. OSR:36/41. Fourth/fifth round. (A-32 1/8, H-9 3/4, BP-20, 10-1.77).