Former Fluco switching sports at UVA

By Duncan Nixon

Local sports stations confirm that Jalen Harrison, former standout athlete at Fluvanna County High School, has moved from the University of Virginia (U.Va.) baseball team to the football team.

Harrison played football, basketball and baseball in his freshman and sophomore years for the Flucos. He was outstanding in all three sports. After those first two years as a Fluco, Harrison moved on to private school at St. Anne’s- Belfield in Charlottesville. He signed to play baseball with the Cavaliers, with football as a possible second option. Basketball was out of the question, as he was a 6-foot -2-inch power forward in high school, and 6-2 power forwards do not exist in Division 1 basketball.

Harrison played two years with the Cavaliers baseball team, as a back-up outfielder. He received very little playing time. He now has switched to football as a walk-on. A member of the UVa. baseball team out on the Lake Monticello Golf Course said, “I understand Jalen has a good chance to get playing time as a receiver.” Athletic 6-2 receivers are in high demand in Division 1 football.

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