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Harris visiting for Vandy game

Harris visiting for Vandy game

Wake Forest has a big game this weekend with Vanderbilt. A win would mean bowl eligibility and leave a lasting impression on visiting recruits. Nigel Harris, a 6-foot-2, 198-pound linebacker from Hillsborough High School in Tampa, Fla, will be one of the prospects in attendance Saturday at BB&T Field at Groves Stadium.

"At my high school I play inside linebacker," said Nigel Harris, "but I'll most likely move to the outside when I get to college. Wake Forest has shown a lot of interest in me. Coach Jackson thinks if I go there I'll have a good opportunity to come in and start. They told me I can come in and be the man next season in helping their defense improve. I think Coach Jackson is a good coach and I...

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