"I have CU and Oregon as my finial two and am going to make a decision based on those," wrote Jack Harris to eDuck Sports.
Harris, 6-5.5, 270, 5.22, Parker (Colo.) Chaparrel HS, is rated 3-stars and ranked no. 46 nationally as an offensive tackle. He has offers from Arizona State, Colorado, Colorado State, Oregon and Texas Tech, but obviously he's down to the final two.
After last season he was named all-conference and has decent marks in the weightroom by benching 270 pounds, squatting 410 and a power clean of 250.
"I loved Eugene when i went down in the spring for the spring game," said Harris. "Met all of the coaches and toured the facilities. Its great and maybe I'll be there for a few years."
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