2021 National Scouting Combine Player Comparison: Reid Harrison-Ducros

Written by Jimmy Kibble

March 25, 2021

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DB Reid Harrison-Ducros – Duquesne: Fluid hips and changes directions effortlessly. Strength is in off coverage and shows burst to close quickly. Issue in college was showing he could hold up against physical WRs at the LOS and showing he’s capable of not being a liability in the run game. Athletically, he’s meant to play in space and if he gets put in the right system, he can play. When you compare him to 2021 NFL Draft Prospect AJ Parker from Kansas State and the Pro Day that he had, Ducros did better.

AJ Parker Pro Day Results (3/9/21) vs. Reid Harrison-Ducros at The National Scouting Combine (3/9/21) – 3-Cone, Pro Agility, and 40 yd. dash all laser-timed at the National Scouting Combine.

AJ Parker


Reid Harrison-Ducros

Height 5112     Height 5100
Weight 182     Weight 191
Hand 7 3/8     Hand 9
Arm 30 5/8     Arm 29.5
Wingspan 73.5     Wingspan 73.5
40 yd. 4.53     40 yd. 4.61 (Laser)
Bench 10     Bench 15
Vertical 33.5     Vertical 35.5
Broad Jump 09’09”     Broad Jump 09’05”
Pro Agility 4.37     Pro Agility 3.93 (Laser)
3-Cone Drill 7.02     3-Cone Drill 6.79 (Laser)

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2021 National Scouting Combine Results

While playing at Duquense, the most important thing I learned was that no matter the circumstances, there’s always a way to prevail through it.

Covid-19 cancelled a lot of opportunities for me. From being invited to the NFL Regional Combine and it getting cancelled, to my school’s pro day being cancelled, to having interest from both XFL and CFL teams to then their seasons being cancelled, it was unfortunate. But, through this adversity it’s made me train that much harder. My parents have always told me no matter what, just control what I can control and things will work out. So even though my opportunities last year didn’t pan out, I haven’t lost any confidence in my ability to not only compete, but do well at the professional level.


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