Harbison enjoys Clemson

Last fall, Tre Harbison had a breakout season. The 2016 Shelby (N.C.) Crest running back spoke with Scout.com about the latest developments in his recruitment.

Four-star running back Tre Harbison had a big sophomore season.

Due to his efforts, he has an early scholarship offer from North Carolina and is also attracting interest from Clemson, N.C. State and Tennessee.

Harbison visited North Carolina and Clemson recently.

First, he went to North Carolina.

"It was a really nice visit," said the 5-foot-11, 205-pound Harbison. "I talked to (wide receiver) coach (Gunter) Brewer, (tight ends) coach (Seth) Littrell and coach (Larry) Fedora.

"They were just telling me that Chapel Hill was a great place and how they're trying to turn the program into a consistent winning program."

This past weekend, he went to Clemson.

"Clemson treated me well," he said. "Everyone knew me and said they liked my highlights.

"I just really enjoyed being there. The coaches told me that they were happy I was there and I enjoyed talking to them and watching spring practice."

Harbison will also check out spring practices at N.C. State and Tennessee.

He has high goals for his junior campaign.

"Individually, I want to rush for over 2,500 yards and 35 touchdowns," Harbison said. "Team-wise, our main goal is to obviously bring home a state championship."

Last season, Harbison rushed for 1,608 yards and 23 touchdowns.

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