Treon Harris starting to turn heads

Tim "Ice" Harris is back at Booker T. Washington as the head football coach after coaching under Randy Shannon at Miami and he has a talented son playing quarterback. He is only a sophomore, but he is one to watch already.

"Some schools have already started showing interest in me, but I have not been keeping up with that yet. I know my dad will handle that, so I am just doing what I can do to help the team win right now," said Treon Harris.

The 5-foot-11, 170 pound athlete out of Miami, Fla. is currently the starting quarterback and he is playing some safety for the Tornadoes too.

He feels his home on the next level is on offense.

"I will play anywhere, but I really think I can do best at quarterback. I can throw pretty good, I am a good runner, and I'd like to get a shot there first."

One school has talked to him about that position already.

"I went up to camp at UCF this summer and they said I reminded them of Jeff Godfrey. He is their starting quarterback now and he can throw and run too, so I like how they use him. I think I did good at their camp and I will be keeping up with them."

Harris knows Godfrey and the 2014 athlete is keeping up with the Knights, but one of the people he is closest to is his brother, Brandon Harris.

Brandon was a highly rated prospect in the 2008 class and he signed with Miami out of high school. As of right now, the Hurricanes are not on the younger brother's list.

"Florida, Florida State, Louisville, Auburn, UCF, and Oregon are the schools I like the most," he said. "I still have a lot of time and I want to see what offers I get, but those are my favorites right now."

Chad Simmons started out with Scout in 2003 covering top talent in Georgia and the South. He then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become South Recruiting Manager. After less than three years, Simmons was moved to National Recruiting Analyst in July 2011.
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