RB Jamie Harper Profile
6-0, 205 pound running back prospect Jamie Harper recently made several trips to Gainesville, Fla. to learn more about the Florida Gators.
"I actually went down to Florida on Tuesday," he said. "I went over to see the academic part. I got to learn about some of the technologies and some of the changes they have coming.
"Then I was also there for 'Friday Night Lights.' I have to say their coaches showed a lot of passion for the game. They really showed enthusiasm and a high intensity for the game."
When asked about his current favorites in the recruiting process, Harper responded, "I would have to say Clemson and Florida are my top two schools right now. I can't rule out too many others that I haven't visited."
Harper also said he has been trying to get to Clemson for a summer visit.
"I have been trying to get to Clemson, but things have not been going right. I don't have anything setup right now," said Harper.
"But I am definitely going to be there for the Florida State game. I also might go up to Illinois with one of my coaches."
The 4-star running back is not sure about when he will be ready to pull the trigger on a verbal commitment.
"I have no clue. I will just do it when I'm ready," said Harper.
The focus for the remainder of the summer will be on his senior season.
"I am definitely working out hard with my team now. We are getting it done. We are getting ready to go into our season," he added.
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