The 5-11, 175 pound prospect is having an outstanding senior season for Fort Lauderdale High. "Things are going good so far. We are 3-3 on the year. I have 25 catches for over 600 yards and four touchdowns," Harris told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.
When asked about his current favorites in the recruiting process, Harris responded, "It is pretty much the same. Clemson, Auburn and Florida are my top schools.
"I know I am going to Miami this week. Then I want to get up to Clemson for the Florida State game. I had wanted to make the Miami game at Clemson, but I couldn't make it."
Harris expects to decide where he will play college ball before the end of the year. "I will probably make my commitment sometime in December. I want to wait until my season is over," he said.
Which schools are recruiting the Fort Lauderdale standout the hardest? "I would say Clemson, Iowa, Wisconsin, Florida and Florida State are all recruiting me the hardest," said Harris.
The prize recruit also knows what the deciding factor will be when he decides where to play? "I will be looking at playing time and academics," stated Harris. "Those are probably the top two factors for me."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding receiver from Florida, right up through signing day.
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