ACC Commit Visits the Bulls

Tallahassee (Fla.) Florida High School standout and current North Carolina commit, Ronnie Harrison, took a trip over the weekend to checkout the South Florida Bulls host Miami (FL) and came away impressed. After the conclusion of the visit, USFNation.com caught up with the versatile defensive back for the latest in his recruitment.

After a remarkable sophomore campaign on the gridiron in 2012, which he recorded 26 tackles, one sack, four interceptions and two forced fumbles, Ronnie Harrison, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound defensive back from Tallahassee (Fla.) Florida High School, garnered offers from the likes of North Carolina, South Florida, East Carolina, Massachusetts, Northern Illinois and more.

The North Carolina Tar Heels were the first school to extend an offer to give the 2015 defensive back a chance this past spring. Fast forward two months later, Harrison pulled the trigger and became a Tar Heel.

With over a year until signing day for Harrison, the versatile defensive back is still open to visit opposing schools. One of those schools that received a visit was South Florida, which Harrison saw this past weekend.

"The visit was pretty was good," Harrison said. "They didn't win but I had good time with the coaches. Like coach (Willie) Taggart and coach (Ron) Cooper. I took a visit to see what it was all about. The coaches told me to come down to see what it was all about. They've already offered me. They're telling me I could come in and play early and they said I can be a factor to help them get the program turned around to win some games."

Harrison has a few other visits he's planning to take in the next month as well.

"I'm not sure yet, but I think I'm going to the Kentucky - Alabama game at Kentucky," Harrison said. "I know I'm going up there (North Carolina) for the North Carolina - Duke game."

Is Harrison still solid to the Har Heels?

"Yes sir, they're cool with me looking around and taking visits."

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