Recruiting: Harris Torn Between OSU, Oregon

Antwaun Harris, the former BYU receiver who played at South Garland (Texas), says he is still very much alive in recruiting and still interested in transferring to Oklahoma State. Harris, who was recruited to BYU by current OSU linebackers coach Todd Bradford, said he is torn between Oregon and Oklahoma State.

"I have offers from both schools and I have not committed to either one," said Harris. "I visited Oregon about five weeks ago and I now have a visit to OSU for January 13. I don't know which way I'm going to go, but I might pull the trigger (decision) after the OSU visit. I'm just undecisive right now. I like both schools."

Harris, who caught several passes as a freshman with the Cougars before deciding to transfer, has been busy in this fall away from major college football.

"I've been going to Ruchland (Community College) to get my associate's degree and I've been working out with a trainer, my cousin J.J. Johnson who ran track in the Olympics," explained Harris. "He's been working with me on my speed, strength, agility, everything. I think I could pull down a 4.47 in the 40 right now and my goal is to get down below 4.4."

Harris also added that another cousin is Oklahoma State freshman basketball player Tarrel Harris.

"He's my cousin and I understand they had a good game today (97-61 win over Mercer) and he played well," said Harris, who obviously keeps tabs on his cousin. "I've been thinking he just needs to wait his turn and things will go well for him."

Harris emphasized that he is strictly down to Oregon and Oklahoma State and is just trying to make a call between those two schools.

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