Ohio’s Harrison joins Fathead MLL lineup

By Ben Stroup

July 30, 2014

Good news Machine fans, Major League Lacrosse and Fathead announced earlier this week they will be adding three players to the REAL.BIG. wall graphic roster, one of which is no other than Ohio midfielder Kyle Harrison.

Harrison, a fan favorite among the Selby Stadium regulars, has made four MLL All-Star games since being drafted as the first overall pick in 2005. After a three-year break from the league, Harrison has 21 goals in just 10 games this season.

Getting morphed into a life-sized decal, Harrison said, is just another thrilling part of what has been a memorable professional ride.

“I couldn’t be more excited for the opportunity as I’ve been a Fathead fan for years,” He said. “I’m proud to represent the Ohio Machine within the Fathead family.”

Chesapeake’s Ben Hunt and Florida’s Casey Powell join Harrison as the latest MLL standouts to be made into Fatheads, joining the likes of Paul Rabil (Boston Cannons), Rob Pannell (New York Lizards) and Steele Stanwick (Ohio Machine), whose Fathead graphics are already available.

Hunt is currently ranked 10th all-time on the Bayhawks in goals, and has been named to multiple All-Star teams. During this season, Hunt has tallied 18 points in just eight games.

Powell, meanwhile, considered one of the most elite players in the MLL, holds the all-time record in points with 449 over 10 seasons.

Fathead, which has partnered with MLL since 2010, will also be releasing new wall graphics of Rabil, Pannell, Ned Crotty (New York Lizards) and Matt Danowski (Charlotte Hounds) this summer.

Fans can purchase MLL Fathead wall graphics at contributed to this report