The Brandon Harris doubters continue to pile up. An Arkansas defensive back talked some trash about the LSU quarterback.
Redshirt freshman safety Santos Ramirez, a Louisiana native, is pretty excited about returning to his home state this weekend when the Razorbacks travel to Baton Rouge, La. He took out most of his aggression by critiquing Harris’ play.
“He is predictable where he wants to go,” Ramirez told The Arkansas News’ Eric W. Bolin. “He has got a good arm on him but he’s not as accurate. He’s not very good with the ball in terms of decision making, but he can really throw the ball and he can get receivers behind us and we have to be careful with it.”
Harris’ passing numbers are near the bottom in the SEC. The sophomore quarterback has thrown for 1,226 yards, 10 touchdowns and one interception. He has thrown for 157 yards or fewer in five of his eight starts this season.
Ramirez hails from Shreveport, La. and was offered a scholarship as a 3-star recruit in the Class of 2013 by the Tigers, according to 247Sports.com. Ramirez told Bolin he has a lot to prove this weekend against the Bayou Bengals.
“I have been looking forward trying to get to LSU,” the redshirt freshman told Bolin. “I have some past ties with them and I want to get down there and show them what I’m all about.”