Jack Harrison is an absolute beast from the East.
The boy who’s born in England, was trained to be an Man Utd. player and came as a miracle to our little town called New York City.
Maybe I’m too positive about the guy, he only played 3 matches. And of those 3 matches, he had only 1 start. But having 1 goal and 1 assist in those 3 matches is amazing, and we can see why he is the #1 pick in the 2016 SuperDraft.
Is he the new Cyle Larin? I think so, the boy, or guy or man or dude, has talent. He’s fast, crafty and has the IT-factor we’ve been looking for. Against Philly, he showed that he is worthy to have an first XI spot for every match! He played the players, ran the race and passed the pass. He is a thread, not only to the opponents, but also one for Khiry Shelton.
Khiry Shelton has 2 goals and 2 assists in, what? Like 8 games? Jack Harrison needs less than half of the matches to be at half Khiry’s score. Also, Harrison was labeled as a Central Midfielder, but apparently he can play at the wings as well. Maybe, just maybe, he could even play Right Back or Left Back. And maybe he can play as a striker. Maybe he can play everywhere, aside from Central Defence and Goalie.
For the ones who thought ”why didn’t we get a defender in the SuperDraft?” Well, here’s your answer. NYCFC wanted a player like Cyle Larin, a #1 Draft pick, and he’s totally worth it.
I want to thank Debbie Harrison, for bringing this kid to the world and Jack: keep going on buddy.