Even though his highlights show an accomplished player on both sides of the football, Olentangy (OH) Orange 2019 athlete Zach Harrison has the look of a future All-American defensive end.
At Sunday's Cleveland Opening Regional, Harrison ran a 4.62 electronic forty and had a vertical leap of nearly 36 inches, after measuring at 6-foot-5, 242-pounds.
"I think I'm a player that is long, fast and explosive, and I have good strength as well," Harrison stressed. "I need to work on getting quicker, and always staying low on the football field."
"I would say Ohio State, Penn State, Michigan, Michigan State and Notre Dame are some schools that are sticking out to me at this time," Harrison stated. "With Ohio State, Like them a lot and they are telling me they want me really bad."
"I visited Michigan a few days ago, and really liked it a lot," he added. "They are alike in a lot of ways, yet also different in a few ways. I also visited Michigan State and really liked it, because I think a lot of Coach (Mark) Dantonio."
"Honestly, I'm not really focused on recruiting right now all that much," he admitted. "I'm more focused on my grades and my high school football career. If I do what I'm supposed to do, all this stuff will take care of itself."