Keith Harris ’71 earned three varsity letters in football, one in wrestling, and four in track during his time at Woodward.He served as the captain of the 1969 War Eagles football team and captain and MVP of the 1970 Georgia All-State Football championship team. He was voted Back of the Year by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC). Keith also was named Lineman of the Year for the Greater Atlanta All-State team and was chosen as a member of the Tri-City and WSB Metro All-Star teams in 1969 and 1970. He received the Sunkist Honorable Mention All-American Award in 1970. Keith’s performance during his years at Woodward led to a full scholarship to attend the University of Georgia where he continued his success as a Bulldog. During his time at UGA, he was a starting athlete three out of his four years. He led the 1973 team in interceptions and was ranked second in tackles. In 1974, he led the team in tackles and was elected team captain. Keith played in the American Bowl College All-Star game and graduated from UGA in 1975 with a B.B.A. in general business. He and his wife, Cricket Justice Harris ’73, have four children—Ashley Bowen, Brittany Carlton Lamb ’03, James Carlton ’00, and Hannah Harris. Keith is managing partner of Justice Advertising Company, an outdoor advertising rm, and owns The Harris Company, a landscape business.
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