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Harfield Plays Well at Texas 7v7
The first thing you notice about Fort Bend Clements 2015 quarterback Kolt Harfield? Size. At 6-foot-6, 200 pounds, Harfield has the tall, long frame that college programs covet at the quarterback position. But oddly enough, Harfield does not have any offers yet. He has gotten a lot of FCS interest from Southland Conference schools, but based on what we saw this past weekend at the Adidas Texas 7v7 Championships in College Station, Harfield's size and skill set suggest that he can play at the FBS level. "Northwestern State has shown the most interest. They really want me to come out there and take an unofficial visit," Harfield said. "McNeese State called me and they want me to come out, too." Harfield's father said that SMU has also shown interest and that they plan to visit the Mustangs before the summer ends. Harfield has a smooth, effortless delivery with a quick release, all of which is encouraging considering that many tall, lanky prospects have to grow into their mechanics. He displayed adequate arm strength, but most importantly the underrated "catchable ball" quality that goes a long way in establishing trust with receivers. At 6-foot-6, Harfield did not rely solely on his height to properly deliver the ball as he also showed good arm angle. Harfield had a strong junior season in 2013. The pro-style quarterback threw for 2,308 yards, 24 touchdowns, and eight interceptions, completing 59.4 percent of his passes. Harfield said the state 7v7 tournament gave him and his teammates a good chance to play quality competition in preparation for the 2014 season. "I really like it," said Harfield, who added that he's working on improving arm strength. "It helps me get better because I'm going against different competition from what I see on our district."
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