"Where do I start," Harris said while laughing. "It was a great experience and I had a really good time.
"It was my first time being at LSU
and for that matter it was my first time being in the state of
Scout.com's # 10 ranked corner back in the country said his visit was action packed. Harris said he was able to see a little bit of everything.
"My player host was defensive end
Ricky Jean-Francois," Harris informed. "It was cool because he is from the
"I also met some LSU alumni, I had dinner with the coaches, lunch with some professors and I even met with some academic counselors," Harris added. "I had the chance to watch some film as well. I like LSU's defensive scheme and I think I could definitely fit in with their style. I was given the grand tour. It was a complete visit."
Harris's visit to LSU was his
second of the season. Earlier in the season, the stud corner made a visit to
"The outcome of the game did not
change anything with me either," Harris added. "
With that said, Harris says he is still far from reaching a decision.
"I plan on making all of my five
official visits," Harris said. "I will then break all of them down and make my
decision sometime after that. My top teams are LSU,
Away from the recruiting scene, Harris has been busy in the classroom as well as on the gridiron.
"This is my senior year," Harris
stated. "This is the fun part. I am set academically and I am a full qualifier
for the next level. My team is undefeated (4-0)," Harris said. "We are ranked #2
in the state of
"I am doing pretty good this season, but I am never satisfied with myself," Harris said. "I have a couple of interceptions that were returned for touchdowns and I have also made a decent amount of tackles so far. It is hard for teams to throw the ball my way because I shut their receivers down. They seem to be throwing the ball to the other side of the field a lot this year. I guess that is what happens once you kind of make a name for yourself as being a shut-down corner."
Note: As a junior as a wide receiver, Harris made 38 catches for 705 yards and 13 TDs. Defensively, Harris made 42 tackles, four sacks, six interceptions with two interceptions returned for a touchdown, and added three kickoff returns for touchdowns. He maintained a 3.6 GPA last school year and recorded a 20 on the ACT.