4 star running back Harrison Jeffers has already visited the Texas Tech campus once for the annual Red-Black
spring game, but there are still a few important people he wants to show off the
"I will be going to Lubbock for the Texas A&M game" said Jeffers. "My parents are coming with me this time to take a look at where I'll be going to school."
|Jeffers is having a solid senior season|
at Eisenhower HS.
Jeffers has had a great season
so far and has been showing off his versatility, which is what makes him so
valuable to Texas Tech. A lot is required to play in the backfield of the
Air Raid offense, and Jeffers appears to fit the bill.
"We're only 2-3 so far this year," said the 5'9, 207 pound running back. "We're not doing as well as I had hoped, but we're working to get better. I personally have over 750 yards rushing and over 250 yards receiving for the season. I also have 6 touchdowns."
Jeffers, who has picked up offers from Kansas State and Oklahoma State in the past few months, is still very solid to Tech. He attended a camp in Stillwater on the Oklahoma State campus, after which Coach Gundy offered him a scholarship.
Harrison informed them that he appreciated the offer, but he is a solid Red Raider. Word about his solid commitment is getting around, which has caused things to slow down for him on the recruiting front.
"Things have slowed down for the most part. Not too many schools call me anymore. Several schools still call my coach though, but he lets them know I'm solid to Tech."