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Kamran Harrison bears all the earmarks of a future superstar at the HS level

’26 WR/LB ready to get off the porch and run with the big dogs!

Kamran Harrison is the little brother of one of the team’s very best players, Konner Harrison. “Little” Harrison may not be up to big brother’s standard, YET, but he is getting there. Harrison is an accomplished, varsity powerlifter and also competes on the Track & Field team. Kamran had a really solid freshman year and there is no reason to not expect his performance to exponentially increase over his sophomore season.

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We have talked many times about college players needing to find the field over the course of the sophomore season. Some of the Central freshman have considerable playing time and many of them have already contributed meaningfully to the team’s production in all three (3) phases.

Kamran Harrison would be one of those. Harrison is the little brother of one of the team’s very best linebackers, and two-way players, in Konner Harrison. We can tell you the “other Harrison” can play the heck-fire out of football too.

Kamran played in only five (5)-games as a freshman. However, he made his five games matter.

Harrison registered 16-tackles in ’22 and half a sack. To be registering “specialty” stats like TFL’s, QB-sacks, INT’s, PBU’s, and the like, in only five (5) games of run is something about which to crow.

Harrison is quite an athlete. Kamran is both explosive and powerful on top of it.

Last year, the freshman finished 3rd in his weight-class at the State Championship Powerlifting Meet. Central was State Runner-up, for its part, giving the faithful plenty to which to look forward as ’23 looms.

Lots of people seem to want to discount this; but football is a sport better played by the strong, fast, powerful, and explosive. All of those traits can be accentuated in the strength and conditioning regimen normally undertaken in the weight room. It is among the more relatable, off-season activities a football roster can experience.

Kamran Harrison finished 3rd in his weight-class at the State Championship Powerlifting Meet in the Spring of ’23

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In addition to powerlifting and football, Kamran was on the Track & Field team. Kamran competed in several relays further accentuating his speed and quicks.

Track & Field is another off-season sport in which football coaches influence their athletes to participate. We have also discussed many times the belief, in football circles, that “Speed Kills.”

Harrison is just another in a line of fine prospects the Storm has on its roster entering the ’23 slate of games. All of those guys will be coming into their own as sophomores. All of those guys will be putting their individual stamps on this Storm football program.

This is Fletcher W. Long, reporting for KPGFootball, reminding you to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE!

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