THE SIDELINES : Harris Reportedly Going Pro

From Times Wire Services

West Virginia quarterback Major Harris is ready to sign with an agent and turn professional, a newspaper group reported today.

Harris will be represented by Ed Abrams of Los Angeles, a Harris teammate who asked not to be identified told Thomson Newspapers.

Abrams also represented former Mountaineer cornerback Alvoid Mays, who was drafted and later cut by the Houston Oilers last year.

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