5-Star Junior May Visit Clemson Friday

One of the top junior offensive linemen in the country had hoped to visit Clemson Wednesday, but he didn't make the trip of because of academic commitments. The future 5-star prospect now says he could be in Tigertown as soon as this weekend. CUTigers.com has the latest in this recruiting update.

OL A.J. Harmon Profile

"I was not able to go today because I had exams. Coach Napier wants me to come up on Saturday but I have a basketball game. I may go up on Friday and come back Saturday morning. If I go Friday my mom will come with me," OL A.J. Harmon told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.

What are the chances that Harmon will make the visit to Clemson this Friday? "I would say it is about 80 percent," replied Harmon.

The top junior is hearing from Clemson and several of the nation's top programs.

"I talked with coach Napier last week. Georgia and Florida are fighting for me right now. I am getting a lot of text messages. Ohio State and Southern California are also showing a lot of interest," he said.

When asked about his current leaders, Harmon responded, "Clemson is still my leader. Then it would be Georgia and Florida."

A month ago the prize recruit was ready to commit to the Tigers, but the commitment timeframe is changing.

"I am still not sure when I will make my decision. I might be waiting a longer time now," he said.

Is there anything that could make Harmon move up his commitment timing from his visit this weekend?

"I want to see where the players will live. If my parents like it I am going to like it. I just want to play early," replied Harmon. The future 5-star prospect also said he will travel to Texas in early January for the Junior All American combine.

"I will be out there for the junior All American combine in Texas," added Harmon.

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