Harris’s situation is a bit different than Jones and Green's because he never had a chance to develop. In one season at Georgia, Harris played 89 snaps and allowed five catches on nine targets in coverage. Harris had one pass breakup as a true freshman but we never got to see what he would have become on Georgia’s defense.
When you bring in the best cornerback in the nation as a part of the No.1 high school recruiting class, upperclassmen at that position are often going to leave through the portal. That’s the nature of modern college football, but it means less depth on the best roster in the sport. A trade any coach in the country would make, but still one that can be detrimental if Robinson doesn’t pan out.