"Antwaun's a kid that played basketball and we were lucky to get him out for football. He catches the ball really well and has a bunch of speed. A year or two from now, he'll run 4.3. He's an incredible athlete," Coach Moss gushed.
The coach must have done a tremendous selling job because Harris told TotalBlueSports.com he has firm offers now from Iowa State, Kansas, Texas Christian, Baylor and Wyoming.
Harris is visiting BYU this weekend with quarterback teammate Jordan Reever. He said his current top three are Kansas, Colorado and BYU. Though he has not yet been offered by BYU, he was hoping they would during his Provo visit. "I guess they are going to offer me when I get there."
Harris added that Bradford made a strong impression on his parents. "They really like BYU and Coach Bradford. He was straight up and came clean with them."
Since Bradford is also the Cougars wide receiver coach, Harris said, "He seems like a person I can get along with fine and he's not afraid to show his emotions. He said I was the No. 1 high school guy (non-committed wide receiver) they are recruiting; that I could come right in and fit into the program."
Teammate Reever described Harris as a "great natural athlete. He had the most yards and touchdowns for us and he was our go-to receiver."
When asked what his pre-visit expectations and impressions were of BYU and Provo, Harris said, "I've heard it's a great school to go to. They have a great football team; the coaches are good and it's a good program to go to. I'm ready to get up there and have fun.
"I've also heard there's a lot of Mormons up there, but I'm not too worried about that." Ah, no kidding.
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