2015 NSD
TAMU Football BIO
51 Jarvis Harrison

2014 (SENIOR)

Missed the first two games of 2014 after a slow recovery from offseason surgery ... played in the final 10 games and started the last seven games ... made five starts at left guard and two starts at left tackle ... started at left tackle against Auburn and Missouri when offensive front was shuffled due to Germain Ifedi’s sprained knee ... provided protection for the SEC’s top passing attack, which led the conference in passing yards and touchdowns ... team ranked No. 5 in scoring and No. 6 in total offense ... Aggies allowed 25 sacks (2.1 per game), while attempting 479 passes (39.9 per game).

2013 (JUNIOR)

Started in all 13 games on the offensive line … blocked for the powerful Aggie offense, which was one of only three teams to rank in the top 10 nationally in scoring, passing and total offense … offense additionally ranked first in the nation in first downs offense and in the top 25 nationally in completion percentage, 3rd down conversion percentage, 4th down conversion percentage and team passing efficiency .


Started all 13 games at offensive guard … cornerstone of an Aggie offense that outscored opponents nearly 2-to-1, led the SEC in all rushing, passing, scoring and total offense and ranked third nationally in total offense and scoring offense.


Top backup on the offensive line … saw action in 11 games and made starts against Texas Tech, Baylor, Iowa State and Missouri at right guard in place of the injured Cedric Ogbuehi during the regular season ... got the start in the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas at left guard in place of the injured Brian Thomas.




Coached by former A&M baseball standout Lee Fedora at Navasota High School … played just two seasons of football for the Rattlers while also competing basketball and track and field … was a late addition to the Aggies’ 2010 class after signing about two weeks after national signing day.


Jarvis Harrison is the son of Ramona Harrison of Navasota, Texas … born Dec. 25, 1991 … agricultural leadership and development major.

Position: Offensive Line
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 330
Year: Senior
Hometown: Navasota, Texas
High School: Navasota
Experience: 3 Letters
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