Four-star linebacker Jerrell Harris took his official visit to Clemson over the weekend.
"It was a very good trip," he told CUTigers.com in an interview Monday evening. "I had a good time. I came up with my mom. My host was LaDonte Harris. We got along good."
What was the highlight of the visit?
"I would say just getting to hang out with the coaches and the players. I had a great time," replied Harris.
How did the prize recruit rank his visit to Clemson on a scale of one to ten?
"I would give them a 10," replied Harris.
When asked if he has a leader, Harris responded, "No, I am wide open."
Monday Clemson head coach Tommy Bowden and assistant coach Dabo Swinney stopped by for an in-home visit.
"It went good. We enjoyed the visit. They just came up to check on us and see if we had any questions after the visit," said Harris.
Don't expect a decision until signing day.
"I still have three more visits and I plan on taking all of those. I will announce on February 6 on Signing Day," said Harris.
The four-star linebacker has visited Alabama already and will visit Auburn this weekend. He has Southern Cal scheduled for Jan. 25 and Tennessee Feb. 1.
4-Star LB Gives Visit High Marks
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