Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
In case you missed it, LSU quarterback Brandon Harris threw a nice touchdown pass the wide receiver D.J. Chark during LSU's scrimmage Saturday at Tiger Stadium.

Harris had to scramble around and then got off a nice deep pass and hit Chark in stride for a TD.

Watch the video here.

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(download and save if you want to restore full screen hi-res, slo-mo, pause, and to use frame by frame vs the clock in a media player) This is DJ Shark's (pronunciation) first pass & TD and he gets to flash his superior speed (4.4) and hands to shake off KTII on a perfect strike that hits him in full stride. Harris throws from the 32 and DJ hauls it in on the 12 so you have the ball traveling 56 yds in just over 2 seconds or ~ 52-56 mph which is NFL speed for a long throw. The record is 59-60 for shorter passes. It would be really nice to know how many WR's were lined up, etc. Miles had to jump back 5 yds, but he got to see and hear that one whistle down the wire.
Reply80 months
video fail
Reply80 months
@quid... thanks for the video link!
Reply80 months
Ramble young man Ramble: BH the Gunslinger, a cannon, quick release, fast feet, quick reads. This all takes place in front of Miles and Jennings. Slowing down the original video, 1 second to look left, 1 second to run left, 1 second to spin and reverse back, 1 second to stop, locate a receiver, set up, and 1/2 sec to fire a 50-55+ yd pass to DJ that gets there in a shade over 2 seconds = ball speed ~ 52-56 mph - as fast as it EVER gets on a long throw. DJ is the same size and wt as KTII, 6'2" 185, but he has been timed at 4.4 and KT 4.57. It sucks they took video links down! Try this from saved copy: LINK (download and save if you want full screen hi-res and to pause and use the clock)
Reply80 months
No fricking video. Thanks.
Reply80 months
No Video? wtf
Reply80 months
link broken, got 404 error
Reply80 months
Why is his mouthpiece on his face mask and not in his mouth, on the picture above? I mean, not a very good quarterback to do that.



alright I'm joking!! still too soon to know
Reply80 months
It's practice!!
Reply80 months
Dual Threat Smart Fast Feet: second by second: BH looks left, pulls it down, scrambles left and moves the defense, turns on a dime, 58 over-pursues and the O-line holds both sides and middle, taking out 55. BH back to center of pocket @ 4 sec mark right in front of Cameron. NFL arm and eyes down field he throws a 50 yd dart "using the laces to spin it" that takes 2.5 seconds to hit the 4.3-4.4 'Shark' in full stride with KTII having no play...Chark cuts right and turns on the jets. The O-line took care of business. The highest incidence of O-Linemen injury is slow, predictable, stacked box I-formation human pile-ups with FBs and RBs running into them while they are being stood up.
Reply80 months
In a "game" 58 crushes him and if not then 55 crushes him!
Reply81 months
Yall are idiots talking about his pocket presence.... If you clowns know how to play the QB position so well why are yall criticizing a teenager and not playing in the NFL.... Just STFU
Reply81 months
Where this vid come from?
Reply81 months
nostradamus, I got it. I was just answering your question though. Other posters are nitpicking when you can't even see the full offensive or defensive line.
Reply81 months
yo brains is scrambled
Reply81 months
It is obvious that Harris can concentrate better with some rap music playing.
Reply81 months
It is obvious that Harris does better with rap music playing.
Reply81 months
I would have preferred if that play had been left to my imagination rather than actually seeing it. Hope he gets better.
Reply81 months
I see we have some dummies that still can't see the entire play
Reply81 months
Cas4t, I think you missed it. Look at the three comments before mine.
Reply81 months
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