2010 In-state prospect has one favorite

Having grown up in the Show Me State, one high school prospect naturally grew up watching and cheering for one school. For Marc Harrison of Peculiar, MO, it's only natural for one school to peek his interest the most. The 2010 prospect from Raymore-Peculiar High School doesn't hesitate when asked if has a favorite. InsideMizzou has the latest on this instate prospect.

Having grown up in the Show Me State, one high school prospect naturally grew up watching and cheering for one school.

For Marc Harrison of Peculiar, MO, it's only natural for one school to peek his interest the most. The 2010 prospect from Raymore-Peculiar High School doesn't hesitate when asked if has a favorite.

"That's easy, the University of Missouri," Harrison said. "I grew up as a youngster cheering for them, it's always been a dream of mine to play my college career at Mizzou."

Harrison, a 5-foot-11, 170-pound defensive back, expects to play corner at the next level. Currently the standout defender is holding no official offers but is being actively recruited by TCU, Northwestern, and Iowa State.

The all conference corner is definitely hoping for one particular offer.

"I would love to get an offer from Mizzou," Harrison said. "It will allow me to live out my dream."

Harrison currently plans on attending Missouri's Junior Day next month and is hoping that unofficial visit will help get his name out there and increases his stock with the current coaching staff.

"Missouri is definitely my favorite they are No. 1 in my book," Harrison said. "I plan on visiting with the coaches during their junior day.

Harrison has been on the Columbia campus several times, and is very impressed with what the campus has to offer.

"It's a great campus, "Harrison said. "I went to a basketball camp held at the Columbia campus, I have been to the school several times, it's a fun place to go."


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