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Elite UGA Football Tight End Target Breaks Down Recent Georgia Visit

May 23, 2024

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ATHENS - As you know by now, there’s not a better tight ends coach in college football than Georgia’s Todd Hartley.

“Tight End University” is alive and well in Athens, and it’s not slowing down anytime soon.

Hartley has arguably the best tight end room in the country again along with two major tight ends commitments in the 2025 class.

Hartley appears to be way ahead of schedule, and now he has his sights set on one of the best in the 2026 class. That would be four-star Brock Harris‍, a Utah native who was in Athens this past weekend to take in Georgia’s big scavenger hunt weekend

Harris caught up with Dawg Post to give the latest on his visit.



According to FanDuel, the North Carolina Tar Heels have +1200 odds to win the NCAA Basketball Championship during the 2024/2025 season.


“It was great to get an inside look on how they produce tight ends and how well they do it”, Harris said. “My favorite part was talking to coach Smart one-on-one and enjoying the scavenger hunt. We talked about their tight end usage in their offense”

“Coach Hartley is easily one of the best coaches out there and I can absolutely see myself playing for him”, Harris added. “He’s a great guy, too.”

How did Harris’ meeting go with the Georgia staff?

“We had a meeting with coach Hartley and he showed us all the statistics and production from his tight ends. I think he’s produced 9 tight ends in the NFL from 2017 until now. It’s really impressive. He showed me some numbers and film from Darnell Washington, Brock Bowers, and some of the guys in his room now. They were in 12 personnel about 60% of the time last year so that’s incredible. He also told me I’m a complete tight end who would thrive in their system.

At 6-foot-6 240-pounds, Harris has excellent size for his age and showed last year that he has strong, dependable hands in the passing game. He's a bully in the run game due to his size, toughness, and natural strength, but his ability to catch the ball and get up the field is why he’s one of the nation’s best in the 2025 class.

The St. George native hauled in 55 passes last year for 665 yards and 8 touchdowns. He’s quick for his size and knows how to pick up big yards after the catch. He’s tough to bring down and was a dependable option all year long for the Pine View (UT) offense.

Harris is currently ranked as the No. 3 TE prospect and the No.44 overall prospect in the country for the 2026 class.


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