"Hey, we are just getting ready to eat," Harris said. "We were just looking at the stadium. The visit is going great. THe game was great and they should have won."
Harris noticed the fan recognition of the players and also noted that the football players in Lincoln are treated unlike others anywhere else.
"Everybody is showing you love here. EVeryone loves football. They treat the football players with a lot of respect and the fans are totally dedicated."
Harris also said that he enjoyed the tunnel walk, but thinks that he could have gotten more out of it if he was suited up and was getting ready to play in the game.
"That was really nice, but suiting up and running through it would have been better."
As a defensive recruit, Harris saw the fans and the players "throwing the bones". He left the throwing the bones to the players, but admits that he probably could have gotten away with it.
"I didn't throw the bones. I left that to the players to do. I suppose being a defensive recruit I could have got away with it."
Before Harris called Big Red Report the thought was that Harris was just going to Lincoln to check it out and that committing wasn't something he was really thinking about. Has that changed?
"I was thinking pretty hard about it. I don't think so, but I just keep thinking about it. If I do it I will call you right back."
Harris has been to Norman, Okla. before and could compare the visits. How would he rate the visit to Lincoln on a scale of 1-10?
"It was a "10", without a doubt."