Alabama RB Likes Clemson "A lot"

Harris Johnson of Vestavia Hills High School is hoping to have a big senior season and he's also looking to attract the interest of several colleges.

RB Harris Johnson
5-11, 180, 4.41
Vestavia Hills High School
Birmingham, Alabama

"I still have not received any offers. I have worked hard this summer increasing my forty to a 4.41, and I have gained ten pounds. I am now up to 190," said Johnson.

Johnson had a busy summer but was unable to attend any camps. Several schools are wanting him to come and visit.

When asked about camps, Johnson replied, "No, I did not get a chance to attend any camps. I am suppose to go to Auburn for a visit sometime in September. I received a letter from them the other day asking me to come for a visit."

A few other schools have started to show interest. "UAB has been sending me a lot of stuff. They want me to come and visit. Clemson and Tennessee have sent letters saying they want me to come for a visit. I really like Clemson a lot. They have been the only school, so far, that has said they really want me. They (Clemson) said I might have a chance to play early," said Johnson.

Besides Clemson, Johnson is considering a few other schools.

"I am still considering Alabama. Alabama will always be on my list, no matter what happens. I am also starting to consider Auburn. One of my coaches has talked to me about Auburn, a little bit, and I will check them out. I will check out Tennessee as well. They always have really good running backs."

This fall, Johnson plans to attend a few games.

"I am going to try and go to the Alabama/Auburn game. I probably will go to the UAB/Texas Christian game. I want to go to the Alabama/Tennessee game," Johnson said.

After a successful junior year, Johnnson is ready to begin his senior season.

"We look good. Our defense looks just as good as we did last year. We are playing John Carroll in a jamboree game. We play Briarwood Christian for our first season game. They finally don't have a Castille on their team," said Johnson.

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