Larry Fedora and North Carolina football are tasked with replacing first-round NFL Draft pick Mitch Trubisky this season. Enter Brandon Harris, the LSU transfer.
On Thursday at ACC media days, Fedora said he wants to see Harris have a complete knowledge of the North Carolina offensive playbook before preseason camp rolls around — a time that is coming quickly.
Fedora wants Brandon Harris to know the whole playbook before preseason camp. "That way I know he is serious about being the starter."
— CarolinaBlue.com (@CarolinaBlue247) July 14, 2017
Harris transfered to North Carolina as a grad transfer, giving him immediately eligibility to play for the Tar Heels this season. Trubisky left big shoes, as he had an impressive season then was the No. 2 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Harris played in 2014 as a freshman at LSU before taking over the starting spot in 2015. He threw for 2,158 and 13 touchdowns, adding four rushing scores. Last season, there were big expectations for Harris in Baton Rouge, but Harris was replaced early in the season.