Percy Harvin
All-American college football player, professional football player, wide receiver
Percy Harvin
William Percival "Percy" Harvin, III is an American football wide receiver and return specialist for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League (NFL). The Associated Press recognized him as its Offensive Rookie of the Year for the 2009 NFL season. Harvin played college football for the University of Florida when the Florida Gators won the BCS National Championship in 2006 and 2008.
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Report: Bills WR Percy Harvin to miss Sunday's game due to migraine flare-up
Fox News - 3 months
Harvin's migraine issues have reportedly returned.
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Percy Harvin explains why he retired from the NFL: 'I actually thought I was done'
Fox News - 4 months
The Bills receiver admits he wasn't focused on football last season.
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Former Viking Harvin coming out of retirement to sign with Bills
NPR - 4 months
Receiver Percy Harvin retired in April after spending last season in Buffalo, citing numerous injuries. The Minnesota Vikings drafted Harvin in the first round in 2009.
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N.F.L. Roundup: Percy Harvin Retires After Seven Seasons in the League
NYTimes - 11 months
Harvin played five games for the Buffalo Bills last season before being placed on injured reserve with lingering hip and knee injuries.
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Tuesday NFL preview: Potential trade targets for every team
ABC News - over 1 year
With the trade deadline looming (Tuesday, 4 p.m. ET), NFL Nation reporters take a look at players on every team who could draw interest in potential trades: AFC EAST Buffalo Bills:?? Percy Harvin. The Bills are 3-4 and in desperate need of a win, so trading away a player probably isn't in their plans. Still, there could be an incentive to move Harvin given his "personal" issue that kept him from traveling to London with the team two weeks ago. If the Bills don't feel that they'll get what they need from Harvin over the final nine games, why not try to get something for him? His lingering hip injury would be a stumbling block to any deal, but the final two years of his three-year contract will void five days after the upcoming Super Bowl, making a trade more palatable financially for another team. -- Mike Rodak Miami Dolphins:?? Rishard Matthews. Although I fully expect the Dolphins (3-4) to keep the team...
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Bills' Percy Harvin considering retirement due to hip injury - Fox News
Google News - over 1 year
Fox News Bills' Percy Harvin considering retirement due to hip injury Fox News Percy Harvin isn't with the Bills in London and is at least considering not rejoining them. Brett Carlsen Getty Images North America. The possibility exists that Buffalo wide receiver Percy Harvin isn't just missing Sunday's game against Jacksonville ... Rex Ryan on Percy Harvin: 'I don't know where he is right now'ESPN Percy Harvin Reportedly Considering Retirement After Hip InjuryBleacher Report Bills' Percy Harvin: Contemplating retirementCBSSports.com Sports Illustrated -NFL.com -Deadspin -Rotoworld all 125 news articles »
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Update on the QB situation for the Buffalo Bills
isports web - almost 2 years
The Buffalo Bills look poised to compete for the division title in the AFC East in the upcoming season. With the additions of LeSean McCoy, Percy Harvin, Charles Clay and others, the offense looks to be one of the most entertaining in the league. However, the Bills have yet to distinguish which player will be under center at the start of the 2015 season. The quarterback is no doubt the most crucial position for an offensive unit. Even if the Bills have weapons they will be rendered useless with a quarterback who struggles. That is why it is so important for Rex Ryan and the coaching staff needs to make the right decision with their starter for the quarterback position. The options at quarterback consist of Tyrod Taylor, Matt Cassel and EJ Manuel. Regarding these players Rex Ryan stated, “There are three guys in my opinion, who can be NFL quarterbacks.” Tyrod Taylor Tyrod Taylor is probably the easiest one to overlook in this group, but it has been reported he is making seriou ...
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Seattle Seahawks: Why Tyler Lockett is the perfect fit
isports web - almost 2 years
Tyler Lockett The Seattle Seahawks traded multiple draft picks to move up in the draft and grab Wide Receiver Tyler Lockett in the third round of the 2015 NFL draft. This past season at Kansas State Lockett was an all-purpose first team All-American. Meaning, he didn’t only play receiver, he was also an excellent special teams player as a kick returner. Lockett is a perfect fit for the Seahawks’ offense. He is capable of doing all of the things the Seahawks thought Percy Harvin would be able to contribute to the team, hopefully without the drama. As a receiver he is small. But he makes up for it as a sharp route runner and can open space for himself that way. His draft profile says he struggles against physical corners and press coverage. Practicing everyday against the Seahawk secondary will help him with that. He is also a good run blocker which is important for a Seattle team that likes to run the ball. The most important element Lockett brings is his explosive play maki ...
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AFC East: Do the Miami Dolphins have a playoff chance?
isports web - almost 2 years
While it is early, playoff predictions are always fun. The short answer to the Dolphins potentially making the playoffs is yes. The longer answer is the AFC East has gone into complete rebuilding mode; who knows what will end up happening. Darelle Revis back to New York The Miami Dolphins among the other three teams in the AFC East have not only added key new additions to their rosters, they have also let a lot of big names go. For instance, Mike Wallace went from the Miami Dolphins to the Minnesota Vikings, Darelle Revis went from the New England Patriots to the New York Jets, Kiko Alonso went from the Buffalo Bills to the Philadelphia Eagles, and Percy Harvin went from the New York Jets to the Buffalo Bills. These are only some of the names each team in the AFC East has either traded or released. The Miami Dolphins have given themselves a chance to improve their overall record from 8-8 the past two seasons. However, if the Jets improve the play of Geno Smith or draft Marcus M ...
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Grading the Buffalo Bills offseason moves
isports web - almost 2 years
The Buffalo Bills have made a number of moves and have closed the gap in the AFC East. The team is being seen as a serious playoff threat and have a number of new weapons at their disposal after the front office has been aggressive in acquiring a lot of talent this offseason. LeSean McCoy: A- Getting LeSean McCoy completely changes the outlook of the Buffalo Bills offensive scheme for years to come. Getting a playmaker like McCoy gives the Bills a security blanket in the pass game and an elusive threat in the run game. There few players in the league that do what McCoy does. With that said, the Bills did give up Kiko Alonso, rising star linebacker, in exchange for the 26 year old running back. McCoy will also make 9.75 million in 2015, and it can be said the team is overpaying him for his production in the previous year. Compared to Demarco Murray, who received a 5 year 42 million dollar contract, McCoy put up much lower numbers in every category, but is getting more money. In the ...
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To My Teenage Sons: Lessons From Super Bowl XLVIII
Huffington Post Sports - about 3 years
In our home, we try to teach our children through real life examples. Rather than just tell our teenage boys not to use drugs, we talk about Lenny Bias like he's an old friend. Because they both love basketball, the Lenny Bias story is a human anti-drug ad that shows our boys that it only takes one time for drugs to kill you. Whether or not it was the only time Lenny Bias used cocaine doesn't really matter. What matters is that our boys learn that two days after being chosen as the second overall draft pick, before he could even sign on the dotted line for his new endorsements that would make him rich beyond belief, Bias was dead. Through his story, we have taught our boys that no one is invincible and that drugs don't discriminate. Drugs don't care if you are rich or poor -- they kill you just the same. The Super Bowl and the weeks leading up to the big game gave us plenty of material to discuss with the boys. Sure, there are lessons that we can all learn from the Super Bowl -- less ...
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For My Teenage Sons: Lessons From Super Bowl XLVIII
Huffington Post - about 3 years
In our home, we try to teach our children through real life examples. Rather than just tell our teenage boys not to use drugs, we talk about Lenny Bias like he's an old friend. Because they both love basketball, the Lenny Bias story is a human anti-drug ad that shows our boys that it only takes one time for drugs to kill you. Whether or not it was the only time Lenny Bias used cocaine doesn't really matter. What matters is that our boys learn that two days after being chosen as the second overall draft pick, before he could even sign on the dotted line for his new endorsements that would make him rich beyond belief, Bias was dead. Through his story, we have taught our boys that no one is invincible and that drugs don't discriminate. Drugs don't care if you are rich or poor -- they kill you just the same. The Super Bowl and the weeks leading up to the big game gave us plenty of material to discuss with the boys. Sure, there are lessons that we can all learn from the Super Bowl -- less ...
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Russell Wilson Becomes Second African-American QB to Win Super Bowl
Huffington Post Sports - about 3 years
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson stated, "Separation is in the preparation." When the Seattle Seahawks beat the Denver Broncos into submission on Super Bowl Sunday by a margin of 43-8 it sent a strong statement around the league. The Seahawks quarterback, while small in stature, played bigger than his competitor Peyton Manning. While Manning played spectacular during the regular season, once again he came up short when it mattered most. In the playoffs he sports a career record of 11-12 all-time. Manning now is 1-2 in Super Bowls. He's also lost eight times in the first round of the playoffs. Manning was the runaway MVP of the NFL this past season. He was lauded for his preparation and passing but was outperformed by someone who, not only did his homework, but stayed after class to do it. Manning simply looked unsettled and was overtaken by the gravity of the moment. Wilson is largely the antithesis of Manning. Wilson stands five feet, 10 inches. He's 25-years young. ...
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Seattle's Percy Harvin has a big game
LATimes - about 3 years
The speedy receiver carries the ball twice for impressive gains and catches two passes in the first half before returning the second-half kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown.     
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Percy Harvin
    TWENTIES
  • 2016
    Age 27
    Harvin retired from the NFL on April 15, 2016.
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  • 2015
    Age 26
    On March 18, 2015, Harvin signed a one-year, $6 million contract with the Buffalo Bills.
    More Details Hide Details He was placed on injured reserve on November 7. Harvin's season ended with 30 targets, 19 of them for catches for 218 yards with an additional 31 rushing yards on 5 attempts. Source: NFL.com
    He was released on March 10, 2015 after the team traded for Brandon Marshall.
    More Details Hide Details In his lone Jets season Harvin recorded 29 receptions out of 52 targets for 350 yards with one touchdown and 110 rushing yards on 22 attempts. Harvin also had 20 kickoff returns for 495 yards.
  • 2014
    Age 25
    Harvin was traded to the New York Jets on October 17, 2014 for a conditional draft pick in the 2015 NFL Draft.
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  • 2013
    Age 24
    A week following his first game of the 2013 season, Harvin experienced inflammation in his recently surgically repaired hip which prevented him from playing.
    More Details Hide Details He was ruled out for Week 15 after dealing with soreness in the same hip on which he had surgery. After not playing in the NFC Championship game due to a concussion, Harvin returned the opening kickoff of the second half of Super Bowl XLVIII 87 yards for a touchdown, helping the Seahawks win their first ever Super Bowl. Harvin allegedly had locker room altercations with teammates during his tenure with Seattle; also reported was that there were games where he sat himself down, refusing to go back on the field.
    On November 11, 2013, the Seahawks activated Harvin from the reserve/physically unable to perform list.
    More Details Hide Details Harvin made his Seahawks debut during Week 11 against his old team, the Vikings, making 1 reception for 17 yards and a kick return for 58 yards.
    On August 27, 2013, the Seahawks placed Harvin on the reserve/physically unable to perform list.
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    Harvin was diagnosed with a slight labrum tear in his hip while training during the offseason. On August 1, 2013, Harvin underwent successful hip surgery.
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    The Minnesota Vikings traded Harvin to the Seattle Seahawks on March 11, 2013 in exchange for a first and seventh-round draft pick in the 2013 Draft, and a third-round draft pick in the 2014 Draft.
    More Details Hide Details Immediately after the Seahawks acquired Harvin, they signed him to a new six-year, $67 million contract with $25.5 million guaranteed. Harvin selected the number 11 to wear with the Seahawks, as the number 12 is retired for the Seahawks fanbase "The 12th Man".
  • 2012
    Age 23
    On December 6, 2012 Harvin was placed on injured reserve with an ankle injury.
    More Details Hide Details Harvin's season ended with 62 receptions of 85 targets for 677 yards and 3 touchdowns. Harvin rushed for 96 yards on 22 attempts and 1 touchdown. He returned 16 kickoffs for 574 yards with 1 touchdown.
    In the first six games of the 2012 season Harvin had three games with over 100 yards receiving.
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  • 2011
    Age 22
    Harvin led the Vikings with 87 receptions for the 2011 season.
    More Details Hide Details He scored 6 touchdowns and was active for all 16 games for the first time in his three-year NFL career.
    On November 27, 2011 in a Vikings game against the Atlanta Falcons in Atlanta, Harvin returned a kickoff for 104 yards, to the Falcons 3-yard line.
    More Details Hide Details This was the longest non-scoring play in NFL history, a feat made again by Ameer Abdullah in 2015. However, the Vikings failed to score on the next 4 plays.
    On September 11, 2011 in the season opener against the San Diego Chargers, Harvin returned a 103-yard game opening kick off for a touchdown, setting a Vikings franchise record of 4 career kick off return touchdowns.
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  • 2010
    Age 21
    On August 19, 2010, he passed out during practice due to a migraine attack and was taken to a local hospital in an ambulance.
    More Details Hide Details He was discharged from the hospital the following day but remained on the sidelines in practice.
  • 2009
    Age 20
    Additionally, Harvin did not participate in the 2009 NFL Rookie Symposium due to illness and also missed the team's first three practices and first two days of training camp at Minnesota State University, Mankato.
    More Details Hide Details Further, Harvin did not play in the Vikings 30-10 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in week 14 due to migraine headaches, which also prevented him from practicing the following week. However, he did play in the Vikings week 16 overtime loss to the Chicago Bears, but missed two postseason practices before the New Orleans Saints playoff game, due to migraine headaches.
    After a stellar first year in the NFL, Harvin suffered a string of illnesses. On April 30, 2009, while en route to a Minnesota Vikings rookie mini-camp, Harvin fell ill and was hospitalized prior to changing planes in Atlanta.
    More Details Hide Details He was released from the hospital the following day. Vikings coach Brad Childress said Harvin was dehydrated and had a virus.
    On January 14, he was named Sporting News' 2009 NFL Rookie of the Year.
    More Details Hide Details Harvin later declined the offer to play in the Pro Bowl.
    On October 25, 2009, Harvin had an 88-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
    More Details Hide Details He finished the regular season with 60 receptions and eight touchdowns, two on kickoff returns, and a rushing average of nine yards per carry. On January 4, Harvin was a late addition to the 2010 Pro Bowl roster as a kick returner. Harvin filled a spot created because the Philadelphia Eagles's DeSean Jackson made the NFC team at two positions—wide receiver and kick returner. On January 6, the Associated Press announced Harvin's selection as the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year. Harvin is the sixth Vikings player to win the award, joining Adrian Peterson (2007), Randy Moss (1998), Sammy White (1976), Chuck Foreman (1973) and Paul Flatley (1963).
    Harvin caught his first touchdown pass September 13, 2009 in the season opener against the Cleveland Browns, thrown by quarterback Brett Favre.
    More Details Hide Details He ended his first career NFL game with a total of 36 yards receiving and 22 yards rushing. On September 27, Harvin had a 101-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against the San Francisco 49ers. With this touchdown, Harvin became the first Viking ever to score a touchdown in each of his first three games as well as the second youngest player to return a kickoff for a touchdown in NFL history (21 years, 122 days).
    Following extended contract negotiations, on August 3, 2009, Harvin signed a five-year contract worth up to $14.5 million, including $8.7 million in guarantees.
    More Details Hide Details Harvin wore jersey #12 for the Minnesota Vikings, most recently worn by quarterback Gus Frerotte.
    On April 25, 2009, Harvin was selected by the Minnesota Vikings 22nd overall in the first round of the 2009 NFL Draft, the fourth wide receiver selected in the draft.
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    In February 2009, Harvin tested positive for marijuana at the NFL Combine.
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    On January 15, 2009, Harvin announced he would forgo his remaining college eligibility and participate in the 2009 NFL Draft.
    More Details Hide Details Harvin finished his college career as one of the most prolific offensive threats in school history. In three seasons, he totaled 133 catches for 1,929 yards and 13 touchdowns, while rushing the ball 194 times for 1,852 yards with 19 touchdowns. His 32 career touchdowns is the most ever by a University of Florida wide receiver. He averaged an astounding 9.5 yards per carry as a running back and averaged 11.6 yards overall (running back, receiver, return man). He was the first player in UF history to rush for 100 yards and have 100 yards receiving in the same game (against Vanderbilt, 2007).
  • TEENAGE
  • 2008
    Age 19
    He was named to the preseason All-American list and the Heisman Trophy contenders list in March 2008.
    More Details Hide Details In the spring prior to his junior season, Harvin underwent arthroscopic heel surgery on his right heel to address the underlying issue that caused injury trouble throughout his career (achilles tendonitis, knee tendonitis, hip flexor, hamstring and quadriceps issues) dating back to his high school days in Virginia Beach. The surgery was performed by Dr. Robert Anderson of OrthoCarolina of Charlotte, North Carolina. Due to the invasive nature of the procedure, the recovery time was very long and associated with significant risk. Harvin used the recovery to his advantage though. Limited to on-field practice and running, he focused his efforts on getting stronger, increasing his weight to 205 pounds and notably increasing his bench press max to 405 pounds. In light of his increased strength and past production from the running back position, Florida head coach Urban Meyer officially announced his position had changed from wide receiver to running back, prior to the start of the season. However, Harvin continued to line up as a receiver for the Gators on a part-time basis. In fact, he was more of a full-time receiver than a running back.
  • 2007
    Age 18
    Harvin entered the 2007 season as the starting receiver for the Gators.
    More Details Hide Details In the season opener, a 49-3 victory over Western Kentucky, Harvin recorded 3 receptions for 53 yards and a touchdown. A week later against Troy, Harvin grabbed 3 receptions for 42 yards and a touchdown and also rushed for 56 yards on four carries. The next game, a blowout victory over Tennessee, Harvin contributed greatly with 120 yards on 4 receptions and 75 rushing yards with a touchdown. The next game Harvin grabbed 11 passes for 121 yards and a score in a 30-24 win over Mississippi. In the Gators' first loss of the season to Auburn, Harvin recorded 119 yards on 7 receptions. The game marked his third-consecutive 100-yard receiving game. The next three weeks resulted in modest numbers from Harvin, but he did go over 100 yards in either rushing or receiving. Then on November 3, Harvin had his best game of the season statistically, in a victory over Vanderbilt, when he recorded 110 receiving yards on 9 receptions and 11 rushes for 113 yards and two rushing scores. After missing the South Carolina and Florida Atlantic victories with a sinus infection, Harvin returned with a 16 rush, 157 yard performance with a rushing touchdown against Florida State. The Gators took their 9-3 record to the Capital One Bowl in Orlando, where they lost to University of Michigan, 35-41. He put up monster numbers as he had 9 receptions for 77 yards and a touchdown, also rushing for 165 yards and a score.
  • 2006
    Age 17
    Harvin made his collegiate debut for the Florida Gators on September 2, 2006 against the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles.
    More Details Hide Details Harvin was a dual threat, lining up at both running back and wide receiver. He caught three passes for 33 yards and carried the ball four times for a team-leading 58 yards. Harvin's second game was on September 9 against the Central Florida Golden Knights. He caught four passes for 99 yards, including a 58-yard touchdown pass. He also ran for 11 yards on two carries. In the third and fourth games of the season, Harvin saw limited action against the Tennessee Volunteers, where had one catch for 12 yards and one rush for 13 yards. http://cbs.sportsline.com/collegefootball/gamecenter/recap/NCAAF_20060916_FL@TN He was injured in the second quarter and thus played very little for the rest of the game and during practice the following week http://www.tbo.com/sports/MGBJT35W6SE.html. A week later against the Kentucky Wildcats, Harvin had only one rush for 2 yards. Due to his injuries, Harvin did not play against the Alabama and played sparingly against LSU. He returned to the lineup for the Auburn game and continued his sporadic freshman year performance, rushing for a 42-yard touchdown against rival Florida State. However, Harvin suffered a neck sprain in the game and was taken off the field on a stretcher. Harvin returned the next week for the SEC Championship Game against Arkansas, by catching five passes for 62 yards and a touchdown. He also ran six times for a team high 105 yards, including a 67-yard touchdown run.
    Harvin had an immediate and dramatic impact for the Gators as a freshman in 2006, and was a key offensive player during the Gators' national championship season in 2008.
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    Harvin accepted an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, where he played on coach Urban Meyer's Florida Gators football team from 2006 to 2008.
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    He played college football at Florida, when the Gators won the BCS National Championship in 2006 and 2008, and was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League (NFL) in the first round of the 2009 NFL Draft.
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  • 2005
    Age 16
    He captured the 2005 Virginia Class AAA indoor title in triple jump, with a leap of 14.70 meters.
    More Details Hide Details He also won the 2004 state title in long jump as a sophomore with a leap of 7.14 meters. As a result of various incidents, Harvin was suspended from athletic competition by the Virginia High School League (VHSL). The suspension prevented Harvin from competing in the VHSL Group AAA State Indoor Track Meet at George Mason University that year. His loss, after becoming the first athlete to win five state track titles in the same meet during his junior year, was a huge blow to his high school track team. His personal bests are 10.43 seconds in the 100 meters, 21.19 seconds in the 200 meters and 7.40 meters in long jump.
    He became the first athlete in 69 years to capture five state titles at 2005 Virginia Class AAA state meet, winning the 100 meters, with a time of 10.69 seconds, 200 meters, with a time of 21.59 seconds, long jump, with a leap of 7.15 meters, and in triple jump, with a leap of 14.50 meters.
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    Despite several earlier statements that he would attend Florida State University, on December 19, 2005, Harvin committed to the University of Florida over Florida State, University of Miami (FL), University of Michigan, and University of Southern California.
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    After receiving National Junior Player of the Year honors in 2005, Harvin became one of the most highly acclaimed high school football players in the country.
    More Details Hide Details As one of the top recruits in the 2006 high school class, Harvin was ranked number one overall by Rivals.com and the number two receiver by Scout.com. Despite his accomplishments, Harvin's high school athletic career was not without controversy. He served a one-game suspension early in his junior football season for unsportsmanlike conduct. As a senior, he was suspended for the final two regular-season games after making contact with an official and using inappropriate language during a game against First Colonial High School. In basketball, Harvin and a Green Run High School player were involved in a scuffle that prompted referees to stop the game with time remaining on the clock. As a result of this and prior incidents, Harvin was suspended from athletic competition by the VHSL. Despite these missteps, Harvin ranks as one of the greatest high school athletes to come out of the Hampton Roads area. He scored 77 career touchdowns, accounted for more points than any player in South Hampton Roads history, and led Landstown High School to three consecutive Group AAA Division 6 state football championship games. As a junior Harvin led the Landstown basketball team to the state final, and became the first athlete since 1936 to win five gold medals at the state track meet.
    He also triumphed in basketball, where he helped the team to a 33-6 record and runner-up in the 2005 VHSL AAA state championship game.
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    In 2005, Landstown finished 13-1 after a 28-7 state championship game upset loss to Oakton High School of Vienna, Virginia.
    More Details Hide Details Following his stellar high school career, Harvin participated in the 2006 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
  • 2004
    Age 15
    He attended and played football for Landstown High School in Virginia Beach, Virginia, where his team won the Virginia high school state championship in 2004.
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  • 2003
    Age 14
    In 2003, during his sophomore year, the Landstown Eagles were the state Group AAA runner-up in football.
    More Details Hide Details A year later, Harvin led the Eagles' football team to a perfect 14-0 record and a Virginia High School League (VHSL) Group AAA Division 6 state championship. In the title game against James Robinson High School, Harvin accounted for 476 all-purpose yards in rushing, receiving, kick returns, and interception returns, as well as scoring five touchdowns in the 47-20 victory.
  • 2000
    Age 11
    In 2000, at age 12, he was a member of the National Champion 4 × 100 m relay team in the Midget (11-12) Age Group.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1988
    Born
    Born on May 28, 1988.
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