Harris ready for visits

In 2011, the quarterback position at Raleigh (N.C.) Millbrook was one of the football team's weaknesses. All that changed last season with the emergence of junior signal-caller Lemar Harris.

Last season, Lemar Harris established himself as one of the top players on Millbrook High School's football team. His high level of play has gotten the attention of college coaches around the state.

"Recruiting is going well," said Harris. "Lately, I've been hearing the most from N.C. State, North Carolina, Wake Forest, and Duke every now and then."

The 6-foot-2, 195-pound Harris said Wake Forest and Duke are recruiting him to play quarterback, while North Carolina is recruiting him as athlete.

Could Harris be close to receiving his first scholarship offer?

I think the schools close to offering are probably (N.C.) State, UNC, and Wake Forest," he said. "But they pretty much want to see me camp first."

Harris is looking to take some trips in the next couple of months.

"Hopefully, I can visit a lot of schools within the next couple months," Harris said. "So far, I'm scheduled to go to junior day at Wake Forest in either February or March."

"As far as camps, I'm not really sure which ones I will attend, but I'm sure I will go to a few."

Harris threw for 1,049 yards and seven touchdowns last season. He also ran for over 200 yards and four touchdowns.

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