Recruiting: Harris Has Good Visit

The urgency is not quite there as much for Antwaun Harris, the former South Garland HIgh School standout and ex-BYU wide receiver Antwaun Harris. The 5-11, 190-pound wide receiver has Division I experience from playing as a true freshman at BYU and that is a wanted commodity but instead of having to make up his mind before signing day, Harris has more time.

"I will be a late signee," Harris said on Sunday evening after getting home from his weekend official visit to Oklahoma State. "I won't sign on February 1, but instead will sign later or just announce where I am going and go. I have to take care of my academic work at Richland College down here and get eligible and then I'll be ready. It's still either Oklahoma State or Oregon, but somebody else could come into the picture."

As for his visit to Stillwater, Harris said it went very well.

"It was just a great time," said Harris. "I enjoyed the coaches and the players and getting to go to the basketball game and see my cousin (Cowboy freshman wing Terrel Harris). We had great seats behind the cheerleaders on the floor on the home side. They lost the game, but it was a great game that went to overtime."

Harris said Oklahoma State is definitely moving up with its football program with coaches, player talent (his host was another transfer Adarius Bowman from North Carolina), and with all the facilities. Harris left thinking OSU was definitely a possible choice for him when his decision time comes.

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