WR LaDontae Harris
Litchfield High School
La'Dontae Harris, 6'0", 180, 4.5 wide receiver, from Litchfield High School committed to Clemson this summer. The Tigers were the first school to offer and he was obiviously very excited about it.
On Monday night, Harris shared with us, "I have offers from South Carolina, Mississippi State, and Ole Miss. The coaches from LSU called after my game on Thursday and talking to me about offering."
When asked if he has any other favorites besides Clemson and Harris said, "Alabama, I like and Ole Miss."
Harris attended the Alabama/Oklahoma game and shared his thoughts on the game: "Alabama played good. They played their hearts out. The fake punt changed everything. I spent a lot of time talking to Coach Harbison when I was there."
Harris has not decided on any official visits at this time other than Clemson. Is he still solid on Clemson? Harris replied, "Yes. I like the offense they run."
Would an offer from an in-state school change his mind?
Harris added, "I would have to wait and see and talk to my dad. He would want me to be comfortable with my decision."
Harris shared his stats through three games: 255 yds. rushing, 9 receptions/177yds. and 7 TDs.
Litchfield plays cross-town rival Gadsden this Friday. We will continue to keep you updated on Clemson commitment La'Dontae Harris, right up through signing day.
Is Harris Still Firm with Clemson?
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