Five-star running back Jamie Harper is on his official visit to Miami, CUTigers.com has confirmed.
"He did go down for the visit to Miami," Trinity Christian Academy head coach Verlon Dorminey said. "He went yesterday with his brother."
Dorminey also said Harper's verbal commitment announcement would come on National Signing Day.
"Right now ESPN is coming over around 12:20. I'm not sure when the announcement will be but it looks like ESPN is coming over to the school around then," he said.
As far as favorites go, Dorminey, like Harper himself, has been unwilling to go on the record with a top school for the five-star back.
"My opinion is that I don't think he's made up his mind yet," he said. "I think he'll come back and talk with his dad after his to Miami and we'll see."
Harper is down to Clemson, Florida State, Miami and Illinois. He has officially visited all four schoools.
It is believed the Tigers and the Hurricanes have the best shot to sign him next Wednesday.
Scout.com currently ranks Harper as the No. 5 running back in the nation and a five-star prospect.
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