4-Star LB Enjoys Clemson Trip

One of the top linebackers in the country visited Clemson last week on an unofficial visit.

LB Jerrell Harris Profile

CUTigers.com caught up with Alabama native Jerrell Harris after he made an unofficial visit for Clemson's 24-18 win over No. 19 Florida State.

"It was good," he said. "Clemson played a real good game. They had a nice crowd. I came up with a couple of my teammates and one of my coaches." The prize recruit was not surprised the Tigers were able to beat the Seminoles for the third straight year.

"I wasn't surprised. I thought they would beat them," said Harris.

When asked about his current favorites, Harris responded, "I still really don't have any. I am not sure when I will narrow things down."

Did the visit help the Tigers chances?

"Yeah it did," replied Harris.

Harris started his senior season with a big game.

"I think I had ten tackles. But I did not have any sacks," said Harris.

Expect to see the top linebacker at games around the southeast this fall.

"I will probably go somewhere this week. I am not sure where yet," said Harris.

Harris, who is currently ranked as the No. 2 strongside linebacker in the nation according to Scout.com, is currently hearing from a number of schools including Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia and Southern California.

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