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  07/28/21 - WR Tyler HarrellrSr/2024, Alabama

  Louisville football has a major question mark entering fall camp: Who is going to step up at wide receiver? With Tutu Atwell and Dez Fitzpatrick gone to the NFL, there's a major hole of production in the Cardinals' passing game. A hole that amounted to 1,458 yards and 10 touchdowns last season. Likely replacements are Justin Marshall, Braden Smith, Jordan Watkins and Shai Werts, among others. Leaving the Wake Forest game on Dec. 12, those were the names you heard the most heading into the offseason. And those are still the players expected to contribute this season with Marshall starting for a second straight year and Smith set to take Atwell's slot receiver role. But Tyler Harrell walked off the field against Wake Forest, fresh off his first season at Louisville without a catch or snap, and knew he had work to do. There was an opportunity in front of the speedy receiver from Miami, Florida, to jump into the wide receiving corps.

That was all the motivation he needed. "Knowing somebody has to step up so you're going to work hard every second of every hour to improve yourself to perform," Harrell said. Since that game, he's surprised nearly every coach at Louisville not just with his speed (which was clocked at 4.24 seconds and 4.19 seconds, hand time, in the 40-yard dash), but also with just his overall improvement. It's no surprise to himself, though, because Harrell has been focused on the smallest details on his game this offseason, ready to make a difference. - Courier Journal

rSr/2024 WR Tyler HarrellAlabama
News Source: Courier Journal

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