Bret Harris is one of the hottest prospects around in the state of Texas and his stock as a DB is rising. Iowa State is in the mix along with 11 other schools. Where does ISU stand on Harris's growing list? Find out here in the CN recruiting update on Bret Harris.
Bret Harris is a 6'0, 192 pound
safety out of MacArthur HS in Irving and he is one of the hottest players in the state of
already holds offers from 12 schools and he told CN that ISU is up towards the
top on his growing list.
"I like Iowa State. In this past year I watched them
the most," Harris said. "It seems like they play with a lot of emotion. It seems
like they care about the game a lot. That caught my
Along with Iowa State: Nebraska,
Tulsa, Arkansas, Oklahoma State, TCU, Kansas State, Arizona State, Missouri, San Diego State, Tulane and Rice have offered Harris.
From the looks of things right
State is going to get
Harris in for a visit in the fall.
"I'm thinking about going up there
for a visit. I'm trying to find a way up there," Harris said.
When it comes to landing this
prospect, two things are going to be important. Number one is Harris's comfort
level at his new school.
"I want to feel comfortable
wherever I go. I have to be there for four or five years," Harris said. "I feel
comfortable talking to their (ISU) coaches."
The other big variable for Harris
is playing time.
"I don't want to go somewhere
where I'll have to sit for three years. I know that everybody has to wait their
turn but I don't want to sit."
Harris said that he hadn't looked
State's roster for depth at
his position but he plans on doing it in the future.
Iowa State is joined at the top of Harris's list by
Nebraska, Oklahoma State and Arkansas.
"I do want to see what Nebraska is like and I might go check out Oklahoma State or Arkansas maybe."
Harris told CN that it's clear
that he wants to play in either the Big 12 or the SEC.
In his junior season, Harris
recorded 77 tackles, two sacks, five pass break-ups and had six tackles for a
"I really care for the game and
play my hardest every play," Harris said.