Hyattsville (Md.) Dematha Catholic 2016 running back Lorenzo Harrison holds offers from Maryland, Virginia, Marshall, and Hawaii, but he could be on the verge of a few more.
"I just got back from camp at North Carolina and N.C. State, they were really nice. I had a pretty good camp at both camps," Harrison said. "They said they wanted to keep in touch, so we will see what happens."
"At Carolina my favorite part was the size of the camp, it was a little smaller so I got to work a little bit more one on one with some of the coaches," Harrison said. "At N.C. State the competition was really good, so it gave me a chance to show case my talents. I didn't really do a full tour, but I got to talk to meet with the coaches a lot so that was good.
The 5-foot-9, 193-pound Harrison also returned to College Park recently to check out the Terps new camp, the ‘Big Show'. Although Harrison didn't participate in camp, he was excited to be back on campus.
"The competition looked pretty good out there," Harrison said. "I haven't been to Maryland probably since their game against Clemson so I just walked around, I didn't really need a full tour or anything. I spent some time talking to the coaches too. They said they wanted me to visit campus more."
Like many recruits, Harrison is also excited to see how the Terps fare as they being a new era in the Big Ten.
"I think it is a very good change for them, the Big Ten is a great conference," Harrison said. "I think they will be able to be competitive in the Big Ten so I am excited to see how they do."
The Stags ball carrier also said he might try to get to Virginia to reconnect with the coaching staff at some point this summer.
"I have heard as much from Virginia lately, but I will definitely be in touch," Harrison said. "I might try to get down there for a visit later this summer or in the fall."
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