Meet one of the more dynamic players in the Tulsa Metropolitan area…Montavious Harris of Memorial High posted 50 Rushes, ran for 385 yards, 7.7yards per carry, scored 5 TDs and had 107 rec yards. Not only was he a big difference maker for the Chargers offense, but he also was a safety/corner that had 121 tackles, two forced fumbles, and one INT. Harris has attracted Tulsa and Northern Colorado early on in the recruiting trail. Harris has proven to be a DB that can hit and cover. Harris also racked up the honor of being named the District 5A-4 HB Player of the Year.
Six Star — How was your season
Montavious—This season was the most challenging for me in many areas of the ball but I can’t say I didn’t put my all into. Tackling , footwork and speed were the main thing I work on in the off-season
Six Star — The most influential people
Montavious—I had in my corner to help me was my oldest brother and head coach.
Six Star — How was your summer
Montavious—My summer workout with my team, are always special to me because those are the guys I go into battle with.
Six Star — What camps did you go to
Montavious—I got to go to my first camp at TU and I did a great job for safety.
Six Star — What schools are looking at you
Montavious—There’s only two schools that are interested in me. Is Tulsa and Northern Colorado so far. Hopefully more come.
Six Star — Pre game ritual
Montavious—I like to sit only and think about everyone and everything I’m fighting for.
Six Star — Favorite song
Montavious—September by Earth, wind and fire. I like older music
Six Star — Favorite class
Six Star — Biggest weight room accomplishment
Montavious—Bench press 230 as a 11th grader
Six Star — Teammate likely to be college star
Montavious—Moni Jones my running back.
Six Star — Hardest working teammate
Montavious—My right tackle Conner Winfield. Is the hardest worker
Six Star — Teammate to keep an eye on
Montavious—A play you should keep your eyes on is my Tony Salim, Jr