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08/12/17 - DE Charles Harris, the first-round pick from Missouri, had moderate success in the preseason opener against Atlanta. Harris was used mostly in pass-rush situations and applied some pressure but didn't get a sack. He also seemed acceptable against the run. It's unclear how much he might play or be used Thursday against Baltimore.
08/01/17 - DE Charles Harris, the first-round pick from Missouri, has been thriving in pass-rushing situations, as expected, but he's also showed some promise against the run, which wasn't necessarily expected. Harris, known for this first step, has had respectable success against starting LT Laremy Tunsil and has done very well against backup LT Sam Young. Harris is still being used mostly in pass-rushing situations with the first team but he's been used in running situations with the second team.
07/27/17 - DE Charles Harris, the first-round pick from Missouri, had a decent day, according to head coach Adam Gase, but Harris didn't terrorize quarterbacks the way he did during OTAs and minicamp. Gase said they threw new looks at Harris. "Every time he gets a look he hasn't seen before or something he hasn't seen in college it's good for him," Gase said.
03/26/17 - Missouri Pro day: He won't generate the same sort of attention as Thursday's skill position talent, but talented edge rusher Charles Harris certainly boosted his chances at earning a first-round selection. The 6-3, 253-pound Harris added 5 1/2 inches to the 32-inch vertical jump he posted in Indianapolis and was clocked at 7.05 seconds in the three-cone drill. Even better, his explosiveness and competitiveness were just as obvious during positional drills, which were run by a member of the Lions -- a club looking for a complement to former first-round pick Ziggy Ansah. The trademark burst that helped Harris record 16 sacks over the past two seasons against SEC completion was clear during pass rush drills, as was his balance and flexibility while running the arc. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
12/19/16 - 2016 ALL-SEC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): DL Charles Harris, Missouri,...Harris had a standout season as a junior to cap an impressive career at Mizzou. Harris tallied team-bests in sacks (9.0), tackles for loss (12.0) and QB hurries (10) while adding 61 tackles, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery and two pass break-ups. His 61 tackles were second on the team from his DE spot. His 9.0 sacks were tied for third in the SEC and his 12.0 tackles for loss were tied for 10th in the SEC. He was named SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week on Nov. 14 following a 2.5 sack performance in Mizzou's 26-17 win over Vanderbilt on Nov. 12. Harris finished his Mizzou career ranked seventh in program history with 18.0 sacks and 12th in school history with his 34.5 tackles for loss. - Missouri Football
12/01/16 - DE Charles Harris announced Thursday he will declare for the 2017 NFL draft and forgo his senior season. Projected as a potential first-round draft pick, Harris is ranked as the 27th-best prospect overall by NFLDraftScout.com and the fifth best defensive end prospect.
12/01/16 - University of Missouri junior DE Charles Harris (Kansas City, Mo.) will bypass his final year of eligibility and make himself available for the 2017 NFL Draft. Harris made the announcement today in a press conference held at the Mizzou Athletics Training Complex. Harris came to Mizzou as a virtually unheralded recruit, and developed into one of the top collegiate defensive ends in the nation. He had a breakout season along the defensive line on one of the nation's top defenses in 2015, leading the SEC in tackles for loss (18.5) while posting seven sacks. He earned All-SEC Second Team honors.
Heralded as the next great player along #DLineZou heading into the 2016 season, Harris earned preseason All-SEC honors and was named to five preseason award watch lists. His play on the field did not disappoint as he finished 2016 with 9.0 sacks (26th nationally), 12.0 tackles for loss, 10 QB hurries and was second on the team with 61 tackles. He will finish his Mizzou career ranked seventh in program history with 18.0 sacks and 12th in school history with his 34.5 tackles for loss. Harris is another in a long line of Mizzou standouts to declare for the NFL Draft early. Other notables include Kony Ealy (second round, 2014), Blaine Gabbert (first round, 2011), Jeremy Maclin (first round, 2009), Shane Ray (first round, 2015), Sheldon Richardson (first round, 2013) and Aldon Smith (first round, 2011). - Missouri Football
11/14/16 - NOV 14 SEC DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Charles Harris, DE, Missouri...Had a very impactful and disruptive day as he helped lead Mizzou to a much-needed 26-17 win at home over Vanderbilt, breaking Mizzou's 5-game losing streak (and 11-game conference losing streak). Ended the game with 9 tackles, including 2.5 QB sacks, and 3.5 tackles for loss in all...Also forced a fumble on one of his sacks, while getting loose for a pair of QB pressures...Vanderbilt had allowed only 15 sacks on the season in 9 previous games coming into Saturday, but Harris and his line mates were very effective, as they combined for 6.0 sacks total, for 41 yards in losses...Harris ranks 4th in the SEC through 10 games with 8.0 QB sacks, and is also 7th in the league in tackles for loss (11.0). - SEC Football
05/22/16 - 2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Charles Harris, DL, Missouri (6-3, 255, Kansas City, KA): His 18.5 tackles for loss among tops in the nation; Had 56 total tackles, 7 sacks. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy
12/09/15 - 2015 ALL-SEC SECOND TEAM (COACHES): DL Charles Harris, Missouri...Harris continued the proud lineage of outstanding play by #DLineZou, as he won second-team All-SEC honors by the coaches for a season that included 18.5 tackles for loss (ranking him 8th nationally and first in the SEC) and 7.0 sacks. Harris, a first-year starter, led the Tigers with 10 quarterback pressures and two forced fumbles, while finishing with 56 total tackles and a pass breakup.
This marks the 10th- consecutive year that a Mizzou defensive lineman has won either first or second team all-conference acclamation by coaches, dating back to 2006. That impressive list includes: 2006 - DE Brian Smith (second-team); 2007 - DT Lorenzo Williams (first-team), Stryker Sulak (second-team); 2008 - DT Ziggy Hood (first-team), DE Stryker Sulak (second-team); 2009 - DT Jaron Baston (second-team); 2010 - DE Aldon Smith (first-team), DE Jacquies Smith (second-team); 2011 - DE Jacquies Smith (second-team); 2012 - DT Sheldon Richardson (second-team); 2013 - DE Michael Sam (first-team); 2014 - DE Shane Ray (first-team), DE Markus Golden (first-team). - Missouri Football