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New Hampshire wide receiver R.J. Harris is tackled by Towson safety Jordan Dangerfield (20) and Thomas Bradley.
New Hampshire wide receiver R.J. Harris is tackled by Towson safety Jordan Dangerfield (20) and Thomas Bradley. (Doug Kapustin / For The Baltimore Sun)

New Hampshire All-American wide receiver R.J. Harris has been invited to the Ravens' local prospect day, according to NFL sources.

Harris is regarded as an ascending draft prospect, drawing middle-to-late-round draft grades. The former Arundel standout has visited the Green Bay Packers and had private workouts for Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly, the former New Hampshire coach, and the Miami Dolphins.

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Harris has also drawn steady interest from the New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts.

During his Pro Day workout, the 6-foot, 200-pound receiver ran the 40-yard dash in 4.49 to 4.53 seconds, bench pressed 225 pounds 18 times with a 37.5-inch vertical leap, a 10-7 broad jump, a 4.2 short shuttle and a 7.23 three-cone drill. During his workout, Harris caught every pass.

Harris caught 100 passes for 1,551 yards and 15 touchdowns last season, setting school single-season records as he led the nation in receiving yards.

Harris is known for his all-around skill as a wide receiver and ability to create separation.

Harris had over 100 receiving yards and at least one touchdown in eight of his first nine games last season.

Harris finished his career with 310 receptions for 4,328 yards and 36 touchdowns.

As a junior, Harris caught 76 passes for 1,004 yards and five touchdowns.

As a sophomore, Harris caught 84 passes for 1,059 yards and nine touchdowns. As a freshman, Harris caught 50 passes for 714 yards and seven touchdowns.

At Arundel, Harris established five school records and two state records as he caught 181 career passes for 2,618 yards and 48 touchdowns.

He set a Maryland state record as a senior with 28 touchdowns, averaging 138 receiving yards per game.

He set the Maryland state single-game catch record with 20 receptions for 239 yards and three touchdowns in a playoff game.

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