Raustin Harris inks intent to Hardin-Simmons University
La Vernia’s Raustin Harris signs his letter of intent April 12 to play football for the Cowboys of Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene. Harris is joined by (back, from left) La Vernia Boys Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Bo Robinson; his brother, Ryan; Coach Kyle Andrews; Coach Gary Garvin; (front) his father, Ricky; and his mother, Beth.
He may have only been under center as the Bears’ quarterback for one season, but that’s all it took for Raustin Harris to prove he has what it takes. Now, after signing on April 12 with Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Harris will have his chance to do it again -- this time at the collegiate level. . . .
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