Percy Harvin and Mom to Visit Michigan in Nov.

The Michigan-Ohio State game on Nov. 19 is shaping up to be the major recruiting weekend for the Wolverines during the season. Add one more five-star player to the list of those who will take in the excitement of one of the most storied rivalries in all of sports. Percy Harvin of Landstown High School in Virginia Beach, Va. told he is making the trek to Ann Arbor.

The calls have been pouring in to five-star wide receiver Percy Harvin of Landstown High School in Virginia Beach, Va. Harvin took a moment to confirm with that he will be taking an official visit to Michigan. "I'm going to USC on Oct. 16, Miami on Nov. 4, and Michigan on Nov. 18 for the Ohio State game," he said.

Harvin visited Florida on Sept. 16. The Gators defeated Tennessee 16-7. "It really couldn't have gone better," he said. "It was so loud I could barely hear myself talk. I wouldn't say any of the schools lead right now, I need to take all of my visits."

Landstown has roared to a 3-0 record, outscoring opponents 180-50. On Friday the Eagles dismantled Princess Anne 56-6. Harvin said he scored four touchdowns in the game, including an interception which he returned 94-yards for a touchdown. He also had a 88-yard kick return to go along with TD receptions of 30 and 56-yards. He now has 12 TD's on the season. On Friday No. 1 Landstown will host Kempsville.

The 5-foot-11, 182-pound Harvin has a sister who is attending Eastern Michigan University. "My mom is coming up and we'll get a chance to visit with my sister," he said. "I'm looking forward to the whole weekend."

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