Aaron Harris has made it official, he'll be a Bull for the next four years. The 6-foot-5, 250 pound defensive end from Williston High School gave his commitment to Coach Jim Leavitt before leaving on Sunday.
"I knew it was the right place for me," says Harris "I liked the campus, the coaches, the players, even the weather was great."
Harris' host for the weekend was Marcus Edwards who attended the same high school. However, it was the first time the two have ever met.
"The highlight of the weekend was touring the facilities and just hanging-out with the players."
Harris says his on-field strengths are his speed and quickness off the line. He runs a 4.70 40 time. He also says that he has good grades and expects to qualify.
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