Caldwell sees 4-star TE

Last week, Clemson offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell was in Tennessee to see four-star tight end prospect Jackson Harris.

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Harris, who's ranked by as the No. 10 tight end in the class of 2015, has had several guests at Columbia Central High School. Georgia, Mississippi State, Purdue, Virginia, Kentucky, Michigan and Pittsburgh have all visited this month.

Caldwell was there last Wednesday.

"I talk to him quite a bit, have a great relationship. I really enjoy talking to him. He's a good guy and all," Harris told CUTigers, during a recent interview. "We talk football. We have a good relationship -- just kind of see what's going on. We still talk football. He wants me to know that -- of course, the tight end, tells me how they use them."

Harris was a busy traveler in the fall. In addition to his trip to Clemson for the Boston College game, Harris also went to games at Florida State, Georgia, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Ohio State and Kentucky.

He has no road trips scheduled for the immediate future.

"Because I took a bunch of trips in the fall, really over the next few weeks, I'm just kind of taking it easy, taking a little break. I'll probably get out a few more times in the spring," Harris said.

Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Louisville and Mississippi State are among the schools that have offered.

Who leads?

"I don't have anything right now."

That will change this spring.

"I'll likely narrow it down in two months," Harris said. "Then, narrow it down again before my senior year, to four or three, then take a few officials and decide in the fall."

As a junior, Harris caught three touchdown passes. Top Stories