FTGOTG S2, E14 | If you live in Western Pennsylvania, you attended Edinboro University or you're a huge Canadian Football League (CFL) fan, you're probably familiar with the Harris brothers. Just in case you don't fit these categories, this interview will help you out! Episode 14 is a "snapshot" look into the lives of these football brothers, both on and off the field.
Trevor Harris is currently the starting Quarterback for the Edmonton Eskimos of the CFL. He will be playing in his ninth CFL season when the league restarts in 2021. Following his career at Edinboro, Trevor spent time in the NFL, then with the Toronto Argonauts and Ottowa Redblacks of the CFL, prior to signing with Edmonton. Trevor is a 2-time Harlen Hill Trophy finalist and a 2-time Gray Cup Champion (2012 & 2016).
Cody Harris, who succeeded Trevor as Quarterback at Edinboro, was a 2-time All PSAC West honoree. Cody works in the Health Services industry as a Physician's Assistant in Ohio. Despite having "pro-level" talent, Cody chose to continue his Post-Graduate schooling and pursue a career as a PA, which he felt was his calling.
Each of the Harris brothers was a standout leader, both on and off the High School field at Marion Pleasant HS in Ohio. If that weren't enough, they also rewrote the football record books at Division II Edinboro University in Pennsylvania. Trevor and Cody are either #1 or #2 in sixteen statistical categories and are #1 and #2 in seven of those sixteen!
As often happens, great young men have their roots in great homes! Never has this been more true than with Trevor and Cody, growing up in an All-American family and strong Christian environment led by parents Tom and Suzanne Harris! It has been my distinct pleasure to meet Tom, Suzanne, and Trevor...and get to know Cody, as a friend and roommate of my youngest son. I'm equally pleased to share this candid interview with the Harris brothers!
Intro music "Next Level" used under license by Composer Rujay Torres.
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