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Farmington Football’s Rothman Haris to Play at Westminster

(Farmington) Ok, quarterbacks in the UMAC, consider this your warning; Rothman Harris is coming for you. After terrorizing high school quarterbacks in Southeast Missouri for the last three years, the Farmington defensive end has signed with Westminster College in Fulton to play college football. Harris was virtually stronger than anyone smaller than him and faster than anyone bigger than him, making him a nightmare matchup at the high school level. He’ll apply those skills next year at the NCAA Divison Three level.

Harris racked up 13 and a half sacks his senior year and 35 tackles for loss in helping to lead Farmington to the Class 4 state quarterfinals. During his visit, the Bluejay coaches told him they want him to stay at defensive end…

Rothman is a true student athlete with a 31 ACT score and an impressive young man who has earned his Eagle scout badge and routinely helps at food banks and other organizations in his community. Harris also earned the MSHSAA Award of Excellence for displaying Sportsmanship, Ethics, and Integrity. He tells us about his future plans…

As most football players do, Rothman is trying to getting bigger, faster and stronger to get ready for his freshman year at Westminster…

The Bluejays went 4-6 last year.
Rothman’s brother Royce was also an all-state talent for the Knights and voted as the 2019 Dream Team player of the year. After considering several offers to play college football, Royce will focus on academics as a freshman at SEMO, but hasn’t ruled out returning to the gridiron in the future.

Full interview with Rothman and Royce Harris

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