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Tim Harris

190 lbs.
Richmond, Va.
Varina HS
High School
Tim Harris - Football - Virginia Cavaliers

– Appeared in all 13 of UVA’s games with eight starts … in the season-opening win over Richmond he recorded two tackles and broke up one pass … made two tackles against Ohio in Nashville … made six tackles at NC State … made three stops against No. 16 Miami … made three tackles and broke up a pass at Duke … also recorded a 0.5 tackle for loss against the Blue Devils … notched two tackles against North Carolina … made four stops and 1.0 tackle for loss against Pitt … made six tackles and broke up one pass against Liberty … notched one stop at Georgia Tech … made five tackles and intercepted a pass at Virginia Tech, returning the INT 62 yards … made two tackles, broke up one pass and intercepted another against South Carolina in the Belk Bowl … his interception in the fourth quarter sealed UVA’s shutout (28-0) win over the Gamecocks … part of a secondary that helped keep South Carolina’s passing game at bay, snapping QB Jake Bentley’s streak of 14 games with at least one passing touchdown and handing him his second-worst QB rating (78.3) of his career. 2017 – Appeared in the season-opening win over William & Mary … suffered a season-ending injury to his wrist in the second half … plans to pursue a sixth year. 2016 – Appeared in two of UVA’s 12 games before an injury sidelined him for the rest of the 2016 season … will apply for a medical hardship … made three tackles and broke up two key passes against Richmond in the season opener.  2015 – Appeared in 10 of UVA’s 12 games with nine starts … made five tackles against No. 9 Notre Dame … recorded seven stops against William & Mary … collected five tackles at Pitt … made four tackles at North Carolina before leaving with a shoulder injury … missed the Georgia Tech and Miami games with the same injury … returned to action at Louisville and made five tackles … made one tackle and broke up two important passes in the fourth quarter of an eight-point win over Duke … made two tackles and collected one interception in the season finale against Virginia Tech. 2014 – Appeared in 10 of UVA’s 12 games with five starts … did not play against Kent State or Pitt … made starts against No. 7 UCLA, No. 21 Louisville, No. 21 BYU, Miami and Virginia Tech … finished the season with 19 tackles and four pass breakups … made four tackles and one pass break up in the season opener against No. 7 UCLA … recorded three tackles, an interception and a broke up another pass against Richmond … made three tackles in ACC win over Louisville … recorded a season-high six stops and broke up one pass at No. 2 Florida State … recovered one fumble against Miami … made three stops and broke up one pass at Virginia Tech. 2013 – Appeared in 11 of UVA’s 12 games … one of UVA’s 12 true freshmen to play … started seven games at cornerback … made collegiate debut against then-No. 2 Oregon … made first career start at Maryland after a season-ending injury was suffered by All-ACC cornerback Demetrious Nicholson … recorded first career tackle against VMI … made one tackle against Ball State … recorded five tackles at Maryland … started alongside three other true freshmen (Zach Bradshaw and Donte Wilkins) on defense against Georgia Tech and made one tackle … had a career best seven tackles and a pass break up against Clemson … recorded five tackles against Virginia Tech.

Defensive back and wide receiver at Varina High School for head coach Stu Brown … Richmond Times-Dispatch All-Metro first team … played in the Chesapeake Bowl … ranked the No. 10 prospect in Virginia by the Roanoke Times … All-Capital and All-Central Region first-team honoree … ranked as the No. 11 recruit in Virginia according to the 2013 Daily Press Fab 15 … a four-star performer by 247sports,, and … the No. 124-rated player in the nation by 247sports and the No. 16 rated cornerback … the No. 179-rated player in the nation by and the No. 14-rated cornerback … high school teammates with former Cavalier cornerback Maurice Canady, now a member of the Baltimore Ravens.