Joe Gaiter: What does football mean to you?
Joshua Harris: Football means everything to me.
Joe Gaiter: Where are you from and how was your childhood?
Joshua Harris: I’m from Batesburg Leesville South Carolina. My childhood was a struggle mainly because my father was killed when I was 12 years old in that left my mother to try to do a lot on her on in sometimes she came up short but she never gave up.
Joe Gaiter: When did you start playing football?
Joshua Harris: I started playing football when I was 9 years old.
Joe Gaiter: What made you choose to go to FVSU?
Joshua Harris: The fans and the team success the year before I came.
Joe Gaiter: What will you miss most about playing at FVSU?
Joshua Harris: Homecoming
Joe Gaiter: What are the keys to playing your position?
Joshua Harris: 1. You have to be a great thinker
2. You have to have vision
3. Have to know how to block so you can protect the QB backside.
Joe Gaiter: What are your thoughts about coming from a smaller school?
Joshua Harris: Coming from a small school I feel like you dont get a fair chance like the players at bigger schools.
Joe Gaiter: Do you have a backup plan if you don’t get drafted?
Joshua Harris: Yes.
Joe Gaiter: What player in the NFL has your style of play?
Joshua Harris: Reggie Bush.
Joe Gaiter: What are your biggest strengths on the field?
Joshua Harris: My speed and being able to catch the ball out of the back field or in the slot.
Joe Gaiter: What is your motivation for playing football?
Joshua Harris: God waking me up, my mother, and my son.
Joe Gaiter: What are the keys to play your position on the field?
Joshua Harris: Blocking, protecting the ball, Running, Catching, Good Vision
Joe Gaiter: How do you plan on giving back to the community after you get drafted?
Joshua Harris: Going to the schools to talk to the kids, and having a fun day in sum of the parks every chance I get.
Joe Gaiter: How would your friends describe you off the field?
Joshua Harris: Just a laid back guy that like to have fun.
Joe Gaiter: When was your pro-day and combine and how are you preparing?
Joshua Harris: March 14 and March 16 working out with the FVSU coaching staff.
Joe Gaiter: Do you think your hard work will pay off?
Joshua Harris: Yes, I pray every night it do.
Joe Gaiter: What do you want your football legacy to be?
Joshua Harris: That I was a great teammate and also worked very hard on and off the field so I could leave a good name behind for my son.