Process no different for Sherman

Harper Sherman may live in Canada, but the recruiting process has not been much different for him. Read on to see what he says about that process and more.

New Westminster (BC) Secondary offensive lineman Harper Sherman may not get the attention of most because he is in Canada, but that does not mean the recruiting process is any different for him.

"I don’t think it is too different," Sherman said. "I mostly let my coach handle everything with the recruiting process as far as sending my tape goes. I still talk to coaches plenty and build relationships, so I don’t think it is too different."

Arizona, however, was different.

"I knew I wanted to go to Arizona last summer," Sherman said. "I went and saw other places and it really came down to me feeling the most comfortable there."

One coach in particular played an instrumental part in making Sherman comfortable.

"I get along great with Coach Michalczik," Sherman said. "I always talk to him and he makes me feel really comfortable. I think it is key having the best relationship with the position coach."

In addition to the coaching staff, Sherman is impressed with the overall offense.

"For me personally I like the speed and the aggressiveness they play with," he said.

"The offensive linemen they have are big guys that can move and they are athletes. It really sticks out to me and is one of the reasons I went there."


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