Harris Ready to Commit on Clemson Visit

Dabo Swinney is close to getting another commitment for the Clemson Tigers. Alabama's LaDontae Harris, an outstanding two way star with Litchfield High School, plans to commit to the Tigers when he visits on July 18. CUTigers.com caught up with the talented prospect on his bus ride back from a field trip to New York, and we've got the latest on this future Tiger.

WR LaDontae Harris
Litchfield High School
Gadsden, Alabama

How sure is the talented receiver that he will commit to the Tigers when he visits on July 18. "I'm 98 no make that 99 percent sure I will commit on my visit," stated Harris.

The Tigers were the first to offer Harris. "Clemson was the first to offer. They offered me last May. I like Tommy Bowden. He wrote me an offered me the scholarship."

Coach Swinney is recruiting the prize recruit as a receiver for the Tigers. "Coach Swinney's cool. He tells me all I need to know. He has showed me a lot of interest."

How do his parents feel about his decision to commit to the Tigers? "They just want what's best for me. My dad will take the visit with me and help me make my final decision." Harris will also be bringing his highly recruited teammate Jazz Johnson with him on the visit to Clemson.

"Clemson spreads the ball around. I like to be around teams that throw the ball a lot. Coach Swinney also told me that several of their receivers will go high in the draft."

The 6-1, 180 prospect who runs a 4.5 forty says speed is one of his biggest strengths. "I'm quick and I go for the ball," said Harris.

Gadsden's Harris already projects as a full qualifier. Woody Dantzler is his favorite Tiger of all time.

We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding receiver from Alabama, right up through signing day 2004.

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