Harmon, who says he has visited eight programs, recently toured the Carolinas, making trips to South Carolina, North Carolina, and NC State. The Gamecocks are a factor and have a connection that could play a role in Harmon's decision.
"It was a good trip," he said of visiting South Carolina. "The facilities are big. Brandon McIlwain, the quarterback that has committed, I've been working with him all spring. We have a good connection. I think he's a really great quarterback."
Of his visits, he said two stand out.
"I must say NC State and South Carolina," said Harmon. "I really don't have an order right now, but they are in the mix."
Harmon was in Raleigh for the Wolfpack's summer camp, where he got a chance to work out with wide receivers coach George McDonald.
"I like coach McDonald a lot," said Harmon. "I think he's a very good recruiter and a very good coach. I could see me working for him."
The 6-foot-2, 180-pounder holds several offers and is highly-regarded.
"Harmon catches everything thrown his way, and he is a tremendous competitor with a very good work ethic," says Scout.com Recruiting Analyst Brian Dohn. "He comes out of his breaks well and locates the football quickly. He knows how to set up defensive backs and he runs tight patterns.
"Harmon has good length, and if not playing for a Group I school, would have a lengthy offer list. He needs to increase his strength and speed, but that should come along as he develops."
Last week Harmon cut his list to six schools: Rutgers, Temple, South Carolina, West Virginia, North Carolina and NC State and while he doesn't have a leader he has a tentative timeframe in place for making a decision.
"Probably September or October," said Harmon.
Harmon is currently rated the No. 108 wide receiver in the country by Scout.com.