Harmon went to see the Scarlet Knights for a spring practice and said the college was very hospitable to him and his family.
"It went really good," Harmon said about his visit. "They treated my family well and made me feel welcome."
On Saturday, he had a chance to go visit the Temple Owls, but had trouble getting there on time as he had to navigate through the Philadelphia traffic.
"It was a good visit," Harmon said. "From what I saw, it was good."
During his spring break, the six foot 195 pound safety went down to Virginia to visit the alma mater of his cousin, D.J. Bell. That visit also went well according to Harmon, especially in what he saw in the weight room.
"Coach Pondexter showed me around," he said. "I was familiar with the place because my cousin played there. The visit went well and I was really impressed with what the strength and conditioning coach did there. He showed me before and after pictures of some of the athletes and that really caught my eye."
In between all these visits, Harmon went down south to Maryland to check out one of the Terps' spring practices.
"It was good, the practices were very intense," "Everywhere I go there the people are helpful and the facilities are good. They also told me about internship opportunities in the Baltimore and Washington D.C. area and that I would be able to get one over the summer."
In the future, Harmon plans on visiting Pittsburgh in two-to-three weeks when he gets out of school. On June 29, he will head down to West Virginia for the One Day Camp for senior prospects.
Right now, he doesn't have a top five list of schools.
"If you take the time to show you're interested, I'll do my research and give you a chance," Harmon said on prospective schools.
"I want to narrow it down and make my choice before my senior season."
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