At the EMU shootout, which Farmington Hills Harrison won, the star was four-star wide receiver Aaron Burbridge. In the championship game, we saw him catch five touchdowns in almost as many possessions, showing great explosiveness and outstanding ball skills. One of the scoring grabs was a wheel route he ran from the backfield and he was doubled on the play, but went up over two defenders to make the grab. He also had a great day at corner, intercepting several passes and breaking up many others. He is without a doubt, an elite talent.
Michigan commit Devin Funchess did not disappoint either. He's long, lean, and runs good routes. We knew he could go up and get it, but what he did here that we hadn't seen as much, was display run after the catch ability. He caught a short out, turned upfield and out ran an entire defense on one touchdown. He'll have weight to add to become an effective tight end, but he's a matchup problem waiting to happen.
A few other Harrison players to watch: safety Lamarr Marshall who has good speed and playmaking skills. Quarterback Jake Vento played slot receiver last year and that will be his college position, but he's a very good player, and rising junior wide receiver/cornerback Gairus Coleman has good hands and quickness.