|Former UGA lineman enrolls at CU|
|Wednesday, January 18, 2012|
By TOMMY BRYAN
Cumberland University's football program has landed an impressive mid-year transfer as former University of Georgia lineman A.J. Harmon has enrolled.
Harmon, 6-6, 340-lbs., played two years at UGA before leaving school in the spring of 2011 for personal reasons. A native of Louisville, Ga., Harmon was redshirted in 2008 at UGA and appeared in seven games over the next two seasons in a backup role.
He was battling for a starting job at right tackle during spring practice in 2011 and was expected to see plenty of playing time on the offensive line before leaving school.
A heralded prep player at Jefferson County High School, he was a 2007 USA Today All-USA Second Team Offense, a 2007 Parade All-American, a 2008 SuperPrep All-America pick and was All-Dixie.
Coming out of high school Scout.com considered Harmon a four-star prospect, a Top 150, the No. 112 player in America, No. 34 prospect in the South and No. 6 prospect in Georgia. He played in the 2008 Army All-American Bowl.