Justin Harrell
Justin  Harrell


New Orleans, La.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 187



Georgetown Football Set to Begin Spring Practice


Georgetown Puts 33 Student-Athletes on Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

The Hoyas had the second-highest total on the Patriot League


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Tim Barnes ready to lead the Hoya offense


Football Opens Spring Practice Next Week

Hoyas begin preparation for the 2016 season


Hoya Offense Looking to Find Consistency in 2015

Experienced skill position players looking to put points on the scoreboard


Football vs. Lehigh - 10/15/16

Football vs. Lehigh - 10/15/16


Georgetown Football at Dayton

The Hoyas played its first road game of the 2014 season at Dayton University

2015: Did not see game action during his sophomore season due to injury. 2014: Played in 10 games during his freshman season at wide receiver...Finished with five catches for 66 yards...Made his first collegiate catch at Dayton (9/6), finishing with a season-high two receptions for 40 yards...Had two catches for 14 yards at Fordham (11/15).

High School: A four-year letterwinner and four-year starter in football...Also earned four letters in both basketball and track...Named captain of football, basketball and track team as a senior...Three-time Bubba Muffet Award winner for most outstanding special teams player...Two-time All-District selection...Finished second in Louisiana in the high jump during his junior season...During senior year had 53 catches for 649 yards to lead metro area and averaged 22 yards per punt return with one touchdown...Also kicked 36-of-39 PAT's and averaged 38 yards/punt...On defense had five interceptions as a senior to set career-program record with 17...Four-year band member...Coached in football by Nelson Stewart. Personal: The son of Natasha and Welcy Harrell...Has one older sister Rica, two younger sisters, Madison and Kennedy and two younger brothers, Trey and Tyler...Expects to major in business finance and accounting.

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