One practice Tuesday ahead of Wednesday's two-a-day
Scrimmage caps eventful Saturday for WCU Athletics
Nate Harris chatted with former teammates after practice
WCU held most extensive scrimmage of spring on Saturday
WCU scheduled for scrimmage on Saturday on-campus
2011 (Redshirt Junior): Played in all 11 games, making 10 starts as a wide receiver ... Finished second on the team with 29 catches and fourth with 345 receiving yards, averaging 31.4 yards per game ... Scored three receiving touchdowns ... Made his first reception at WCU in the season-opener at Georgia Tech ... Named the team's offensive player of the week at Chattanooga, catching six passes for 60 yards including a long of 23 yards ... Posted a team-high 74 yards through the air on just four catches including a career-long of 29 yards at Samford ... Hauled in a career-best seven passes for 61 yards against nationally-ranked Wofford ... Recorded his career-high in receiving yards with 86 on four catches against Appalachian State ... Rushed three times as a wideout.
2010 (Junior): Sat out due to transfer rules ... Was named the squad's offensive scout team player of the week prior to the Elon game ... Caught a touchdown during goal line work in the short scrimmage segment of the team's final spring practice.
Prior to Western Carolina: Played for the City College of San Francisco, a member of the Northern California Football Association ... In 2009, caught seven passes for 68 yards and a touchdown in six games ... Hauled in the eight-yard scoring strike in the season-opener against Cabrillo; High School: Played at South View HS in Hope Mills, N.C.