JaQuan Harris: Raising The Bar
January 16 2018
NORTH BRUNSWICK, NJ — The Eastern Regional area in which New York State thrives on high-level talent, but we should not forget New Jersey. The Jersey area is no joke when it comes to hoops and young prospects. After an interview with Coach Stoby and Class of 2022 6-foot-3 JaQuan Harris, ThePrepInsiders.com learned a few things about his future in sports.
“Jaquan Harris sees himself as 5-star recruit. He is a great student athlete. He has excellent vision, can shoot the three, rebound, and block shots. One of his weaknesses he is too unselfish, but can take over a game if needed. [Off the court] Jaquan is boxing, conditioning and studying film to better his game.” – Coach Stoby, Coach of NJ Bulldogs
Harris, in many ways, is like a coach on the floor. He runs the show with great maturity and patience but is always looking to stay a few plays ahead of the competition. Being from New Jersey has brought out the gritty, dog-like qualities that make Harris especially intriguing.
- Class of 2022
- North Brunswick, NJ
Harris has a lot on his plate as he looks forward to this season, including improving his game and maximizing his confidence. When asked about his personal goals for this season, he told ThePrepInsiders.com about his expectations.
“I’m focused on getting better, stronger mentally and physically for high school. My goal is to get the New Jersey Bulldogs on a national map.” -JaQuan Harris
The confidence on and off the floor runs deep in Harris, and he is determined to never settle for anything short of greatness. He is firmly planted in our #Insiders100 for the Class of 2022 and could continue to rise this summer.