Lakeland WR Jamarion Harry (Photo: Joe Barnes/recruit757)
Jamarion Harry wants to be seen as a leader for Lakeland
by Andy Hilton, recruit757
In 2019, Lakeland hired a new head football coach in Joe Jones. This is not the Joe Jones who once coached King’s Fork and now coaches Ocean Lakes football. This Joe Jones led many tenacious defenses at Oscar Smith through their many years of success.
Jamarion Harry (2021 WR 5-8 155) is coming into his senior season with the opportunity to prove himself as a leader. Last week’s camp gave him an opportunity to compete, which is especially in the midst of significant time away from the team environment.
“(The camp) was a great experience. I am about to be a senior. It’s about to be a turning point,” Harry said.
As for the work and a projected improvement, Jamarion said, “I’d really like to improve my release.”
Improving his release means work on his agility and burst. That was certainly addressed in the workout. Jamarion ran a 5-10-5 with instruction on fine tuning it, plus there was ladder work and step-over agility drills. The broad jump showcases lower leg strength and explosiveness in the lower body.
“Football is a passion. If you like doing the sport, just do it, he stated. “(I want college coaches) to know that on the field, I’m a great player. Off the field, I’m a good person. I’m a good person to get along with.”
– Andy Hilton
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