Posted February 08, 2013 on missouri.scout.com
Last minute Missouri Tigers offer and class of 2013 football signee Charles Harris was pleasantly surprised by the opportunity Mizzou coaches gave him late in the recruiting process. He spoke to ShowMeMizzou.com about it.
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