Four-Star ATH Treshaun Harrison Talks UCLA/USC Visits

Apr. 26 -- Seattle (Wash.) Garfield athlete Treshaun Harrison is one of the top two-way players in the West and took a couple of unofficial visits in the SoCal region over the weekend resulting in his 12 scholarship offer...

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Treshaun Harrison is a big time talent and has the ability to play multiple positions at the next level.

He has a great frame at 6-2, 190 pounds and shows the potential to be a playmaker at receiver and safety and even corner. As a receiver, he has a burst, the top end speed to run away from people and is very good after the catch.

On the defensive side of the ball, he's an instinctive player, plays a physical game and has the range, athleticism and quickness to play anywhere in the secondary. He even shows up well on tape at running back and has a ton of next level upside.

Harrison was in the SoCal area over the weekend with his Rise squad to compete in the Players of the Future 7v7 tournament. While in town, he took unofficial visits to both UCLA and USC.

"UCLA was a good visit," Harrison said. "They like me as an athlete but I think more so as a receiver. I spent time with the WR coach, Jimmy Dougherty and got to talk with Jim Mora (head coach) as well. I liked him, he's a Seattle guy and was pretty cool and coach Dougherty was a good guy as well.

"We toured the campus, saw the dorms and the new football building that should be done in the summer. I think I fit in well there and I definitely have interest in UCLA."

Harrison said he enjoyed the visit to USC as well.

"That was my first time visiting the campus and I liked it a lot," Harrison said. "It's funny, I got the offer from USC while I was there visiting but didn't even know about it until the next day. USC has been recruiting me hard for a while now so it definitely felt great to have that offer.

"I toured the campus, met with some of the coaches, the RB coach (Deland McCullough) is who I talked with a lot and they told us how they do things at USC. They like me as an athlete and didn't specify a position. I'm fine on either side of the ball. Playing offense is more natural to me but I'm an aggressive guy so I like defense too."

Harrison has 12 total offers on the table but said a handful of schools are talking to him more than others.

"The schools I'm talking with the most right now are probably UCLA, OregonUtahWashington and USC," Harrison said. "Since it's local, I've been up to UW more than any other school and I like it there a lot. Growing up, I never had a dream school or anything but UW is high up there, it's close to home and the program is in a good spot right now for sure.

"I visited Oregon and liked it there too. The campus is nice, I like the high tech feel to it and the new staff is real cool, I feel like I can vibe with them. I plan to take all my official visits and I plan to go back to Oregon for sure. I want to visit Michigan, UCLA and USC as well. I don't have any dates yet since it's so early but those are the schools I know I want to visit as of now."


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