"Coach Bobo and Coach Eason came by to see me tonight. They were here for a long time. Both of them are nice guys, and are a lot of fun. They mainly just talked about football and academics," Kenneth Harris said.
Who else has stopped by for in-home visits with Kenneth?
"Duke was here on Thursday, and North Carolina came by a week and a half
ago. N.C. State has been to my school."
Who has made his list of favorites right now?
"I like Georgia, N.C. State, North Carolina, and Virginia. I wouldn't
say that I have a favorite."
Where does he feel he fits in best depth chart wise?
"I know Georgia is losing a couple of receivers. I really think that
they have the best opportunity for me at Wide Receiver. That's a pretty big
factor because anywhere you go, you want to be able to play."
Has any of the schools offered to let him play basketball?
"Georgia, N.C. State, Virginia, and North Carolina have all said I could
play both sports. That's not really a big thing in my decision, because I'm
going to school on a football scholarship."
Harris has set visits to Georgia on January 9th, and North Carolina State on
January 16th. He currently has a tentative plan to announce his decision in the
middle of January. This recruiting battle is just starting to heat up, and looks
like a very interesting one to keep an eye on in the coming weeks.
North Carolina WR getting visitors
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