VA Running Back has 13 Offers

The Tigers went into Highland Springs High School last year to acquire the services of OL Tony Willis. In 2004, another big name has come to the surface, but this time it's in the backfield.

RB Victor Harris
6-1, 190, 4.46
Highland Springs High School
Highland Springs, Virginia

Thirteen is a lucky number for Highland Springs (Va.) running back/defensive back combo Victor Harris. That is the number of offers the 6-1 190-pounder holds at the moment. When you are in as high demand as Harris is, you can almost pick the position you would like to play at the next level.

"Right now, they are asking me what I would rather play offense or defense," stated the blue chip prospect. "I tell them it doesn't matter to me, but most are looking at me as a running back."

Another perk of being in high demand is that there is no need to rush your decision, which is Harris's aspiration. At this point, no program stands above the rest.

"Right now, I list them all in the same category," remarked Harris. "I'm not trying to pick anybody on top of anybody. I'm going to wait until my official visits and then sort it out from there."

Harris has attended North Carolina's Junior Day, and had originally planned to make stops at Virginia and Maryland, but his basketball schedule prevented that. He also plans to attend quite a few camps this summer, but hasn't made a decision on any of the destinations.

We will continue to keep you updated on this top notch running back, right up through signing day 2005.

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