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Name: Pressley Harvin III 
College: Georgia Tech     Number: 27
Height: 6-0   Weight: 255
Position: P  Pos2: K
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2021

40 Low: 5.26
   40 Time: 5.38
  40 High: 5.50
Projected Round: 7  Stock:    

Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 5116
Weight: 255

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Dates: 03/16/21
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 Data Scout Notes: **2020: GuyWinner/AFCA1st/WCamp1st/1stC/GuyFinalist/GuySemifinalist...PGuy...2019: PGuy...2nd team All-ACC, AP 2nd team All-ACC w/35-1447-41.3 punt, 62 long, 2 TB, 7 FC, 14 I20, 10 50+ in '18. FWAA Freshman All-American, ESPN.com Freshman All-American, 3rd team All-ACC w/50-2205-44.1 punt, 62 long, TB, 15 FC, 16 I20, 13 50+ in '17.

 Pressley Harvin III, Georgia Tech, Player News


  2020 RAY GUY AWARD (TOP PUNTER) WINNER: Pressley Harvin Jr., Georgia Tech,...Georgia Tech senior Pressley Harvin III was named the winner of the 2020 Ray Guy Award as the college football's top punter during The Home Depot College Football Awards Show on Thursday night. After setting Georgia Tech and Atlantic Coast Conference records with a 48.0-yard punting average in 2020, Harvin became Tech's second Ray Guy Award winner in the 21-year history of the award. Durant Brooks was the Ray Guy Award recipient as a Yellow Jacket in 2007. - Georgia Tech Football

(DS#3 P) Sr/2021 P Pressley Harvin IIIGeorgia Tech
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  2020 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): P - Pressley Harvin III, Georgia Tech, 161,...Harvin leads the nation with a 48.0-yard punting average this season. To put his whopping 48.0-yard average into perspective, the margin between Harvin's average and the third-best average in the nation (46.7 - Washington State's Oscar Draguicevich) is the same as the margin between Draguicevich and the nation's ninth-best average (45.4 - San Diego State's Tanner Kuljian).

In addition to the 48.0-yard average, 49% of Harvin's 45 punts this season have traveled 50 or more yards, 47% were fair caught, 40% were downed inside the opponent's 20 yard line and only 17% were returned. Thanks in large part to those gaudy numbers, Georgia Tech ranks second nationally as a team in net punting (44.6-yard average). - Georgia Tech Football


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  2020 RAY GUY AWARD SEMIFINALIST: Pressley Harvin, Georgia Tech,...Harvin leads the Atlantic Coast Conference and ranks No. 2 nationally with 47.6-yard punting average this season (min. two games). Of his 40 punts in 2020, 18 have traveled 50 yards or more, 16 have pinned the opponent inside its 20 yard line, 19 have been fair caught and only have seven have been returned, which plays a big part in Georgia Tech ranking No. 3 nationally in net punting (44.07 avg.). - Georgia Tech Football

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  Entering Friday's games, Harvin was fourth nationally at 47.7 yards per punt, his best season average to this point (he's second at Tech in career average behind Brooks) and on track to break Tech's single-season record, held by Rodney Williams (45.6 yards, set in 1997). He has twice been recognized as the Ray Guy Award's national punter of the week. But more important to Harvin, the Jackets stood third in FBS in net punting at 45 yards per punt before Friday's games. "That's a team one," Harvin said, explaining net punting's significance. "I could care less about my average. It's the team average I'm more concerned about."

Harvin's excellence this season in repeatedly connecting his cuneiform bones to football sweet spots can be traced back to last winter and spring. Particularly when quarantining measures freed up his time, Harvin returned to the basics, training by himself on the fields at Tech's Campus Recreation Center. "I just really took advantage of the time to break all of my punting stuff down, get better step by step, put together," he said. "And that hard work is really actually starting to pay off." - Atlanta Journal Constitution


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  2020 PRESEASON RAY GUY AWARD WATCH LIST: Pressley Harvin III, Georgia Tech,...As a junior last season, Harvin III ranked 17th nationally with a 44.8-yard punting average. His 44.8-yard average was the fifth-best single-season punting average in school history. He also ranks sixth on the list with a 44.1-yard average as a freshman in 2017. Harvin III enters his senior campaign with a 43.8-yard career average, good for second in Georgia Tech history. In addition to booming 80 punts in 2019, Harvin III also threw a 41-yard touchdown pass on a fake punt in Georgia Tech's 28-21 overtime win at Miami (Fla.). Combined with his 45.5-yard punting average that week, Harvin III was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Specialist of the Week for his performance in the win over Miami. - Georgia Tech Football

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  OCT 21/WEEK 8 ACC CO-SPECIALIST OF THE WEEK: Pressley Harvin III, Georgia Tech, Jr., P, Alcolu, S.C.,...Threw a perfect pass on a fake punt for a 41-yard touchdown that was a key play in Georgia Tech's 28-21 overtime win over Miami...Facing fourth-and-7 in the first quarter, he took the snap in punt formation and hit gunner Nathan Cottrell in stride down the right sideline for a touchdown to knot the game at 14-14...Also punted six times for a 45.5-yard average, including a 57-yarder. - Atlantic Coast Conference Football

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  A fake punt for a touchdown. A fumble recovery in the end zone for another score. A blocked field goal in the final seconds of regulation to stay in the game. Georgia Tech's rebuilding season got plenty of material for the highlight reel on Saturday. And Miami's season took a turn in a very bad direction. Antwan Owens blocked a Miami chip-shot field goal in the final seconds of regulation, Jordan Mason ran for 141 yards and scored on a 1-yard rush on the first possession of overtime and Georgia Tech knocked off the Hurricanes 28-21 on Saturday to snap a four-game slide.

"Unbelievable resolve from our guys," Georgia Tech coach Geoff Collins said. "The way they played and the way they attacked. The way they stayed in the moment. It was a complete offense, defense and special teams victory." Georgia Tech (2-5, 1/3 ACC) also scored on a fumble recovery after a sack in the end zone by Ja'Quon Griffin in the first quarter, on a 41-yard pass by punter Pressley Harvin III on a fake in the second quarter and later a 35-yard strike from James Graham to Ahmearan Brown. The Yellow Jackets finished off the win by getting a fourth-down stop inside their 5, by maybe a couple of inches, to end Miami's lone overtime possession. "By far the best play I've ever had in my life," Harvin said of his pinpoint pass to Nathan Cottrell for the fake-punt score. Miami (3-4, 1-3) matched its worst seven-game start in 22 years. - Georgia Tech/AP College Football


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  2019 PRESEASON RAY GUY AWARD WATCH LIST: Pressley Harvin III, Georgia Tech,...A second-team all-conference honoree as a sophomore in 2018, Harvin III would've led the Atlantic Coast Conference and ranked 16th nationally through the regular season with a 44.3-yard punting average, but with just 31 attempts, fell far short of the 3.6 punts per game needed to qualify for the NCAA’s official statistical rankings.

For the season, 16 of his 35 total punts (including 14 of his last 21) were downed inside the 20 yard line, 10 traveled 50 yards or more and three of his booming punts were muffed, all of which were recovered by Georgia Tech and led directly to scores (two touchdowns and a field goal). - Georgia Tech Football


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