Tallahassee Florida State University School athlete Ronnie Harrison is currently committed to North Carolina but is open to looking at other schools. Ronnie talked to GoJackets.com about the other schools showing him interest.
"I have many schools that have stayed in constant contact with me despite my commitment to the Tar Heels." Harrison feels it would take something like a change in coaching staff for him to change his commitment. "I want to have a staff I know will be there for my time in college."
Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt, North Carolina State, USF, Indiana, and Iowa State are some of the schools showing Harrison interest. "Kentucky seems to be one that is on me more than the rest."
Ronnie and fellow Carolina commit Andre Smith are both talking to Georgia Tech. "I talk to Coach (Dave) Walkosky a lot. He was here at my school this past Monday."
The Tech staff likes what they see from Harrison's film at both cornerback and quarterback. "He asked me which one I prefer and I told him I like both. If I had to make a choice it would be quarterback."
Tech will continue to recruit and stay in contact with Ronnie. "They want me to concentrate on the playoffs right now because that is important for me and my teammates."
Harrison's school runs multiple offenses. "We run pro style, spread option, triple option, and a passing offense." In his last game, Ronnie had 3 rushing touchdowns. Two of them were 70 plus yards. On the season, Harrison has over 1,300 yards passing and well over 500 yards rushing."
Georgia Tech and Indiana have told Harrison that he can choose his position. "The other schools recruiting me want me as a corner."
When it comes to visits, Harrison is going to try to see two games on November 30th. "I really want to see Georgia Tech on my way up to North Carolina. Those two schools are the only ones I have plans to visit before making a decision on which schools I will visit for Junior Day."
Harrison also does well in the classroom. "I have a 3.6 GPA and scored well over 20 on the ACT." Ronnie is on pace to graduate early and will sit down with his family and see if that is what is best for him. "Both have pros and cons and I have a year to decide if enrolling early is something I want to do."