Harris said that for all intents and purposes, we can count him as a Volunteer. He'll take his official visit in the fall and provided his mom signs off on the idea, the deal will be done. Harris doesn't anticipate any hang-ups.
"When we go on the visit, that's pretty much a lock," Harris said. "The decision is not written in stone. It's pretty much a done deal and Buzz knows it." However, the 6-9 big man considers himself committed and that's really all that matters.
"I really liked them from the beginning. [Committing has] been in the back of my mind. Right off the bat, Buzz told my mom how he rededicated his life to God. He's a Christian and a great man. I know he's a great coach. I went down for the Alabama game and they just showed me so much love."
Harris is on the shelf right now. He's nursing a torn ligament in his finger but you could see him at the Big Time with the AAU team Who's Who.