The Iowa Football program brought in four wideouts in the 2017 cycle, but this is still going to be a position of need heading into the future. They've offered some talented kids in the 2018 cycle, one being Xenia, Ohio native, Meechi Harris.
The Hawkeyes offered back in January and the 3-star prospect said it felt good knowing that schools like Iowa wanted him to play football for them.
"The relationship is good," Harris said regarding his relationship with Iowa's staff.
Harris' primary recruiter is Iowa recruiting coordinator, Kelvin Bell, who Harris raves about.
"He's a great guy and I bet he's an even better coach!" Harris said of Bell. "We talk here and there." Harris admitted.
Right now, he doesn't know much about the Iowa football program, but cited that he likes the Hawkeyes' tough play style and their raucous home crowds in Iowa City on game days.
He's yet to visit Iowa City, but is hoping to soon so he can learn a little bit more about Iowa and the Hawkeye football program.
Harris has a host of Big Ten schools after him already with Iowa, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Purdue, Minnesota, and Rutgers already offering. He also holds offers from Iowa State, Cincinnati, and some MAC schools.
Harris acknowledged that he doesn't really have clear cut favorites at this point and will use his visits to make a better determination. He's hoping to make a decision after his senior football season.