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Diamond Talk: Reid Harrison-Ducros, DB, Duquesne University | Toughest CB to face in the FCS?

Reid Harrison-Ducros is a special player who does when well targeted. Check out the stats above, the kid is hard to throw against.

Reid Harrison – Ducros is a 5’10 defensive back from Colleyville, Texas.  Before entering college Reid was a three star recruit and the 66th best player at cornerback coming out of high school.  He posted 68 tackles, two force fumbles and one interception in his senior year at Colleyville Heritage HS. His amazing play and intelligence earned him a ride to Boise State.

In his true freshman year at Boise State, Harrison-Ducros would appear in 10 games. He broke up one pass and racked up 9 tackles in his first year.

As a Sophomore, Harrison-Ducros would appear in all 10 games, starting the first four, but saw his playing time decrease significantly after losing his starting job to redshirt freshman Avery Williams. In the first four games, Reid racked up 20 tackles and finished with 3 additional tackles in the last six games of the year. 

As a Junior last year, Harrison-Ducros looked like one of the best cornerbacks in the FCS.  He was super hard to go up against for opposing wide outs.  He appeared in all 12 games for Duquesne, starting 8 games including the Dukes two FCS playoff games.

Reid finished last season with 31 tackles and 5 pass break ups. Quarterbacks did not do very well going at the former Bronco.

In 2019, I am expecting big things from Reid, and so are his coaches.  He was named to the pre-season ALL-NEC team and if he can finish with a good season he could be a very solid player at the next level.

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