Treshaun Harrison (Brandon Huffman)

4-star ATH Treshaun Harrison Has Plenty of Visitors

Jun. 1 -- Seattle (Wash.) Garfield four-star athlete Treshaun Harrison has had plenty of college coaches visit his school this spring...

Seattle (Wash.) Garfield four-star athlete Treshaun Harrison is one of the top two-way prospects in the West in the 2018 class.

Harrison has offers from all over the country and his presence at Garfield ensured there would be frequent visitors during the spring.

"We had Notre DameOregonMichiganUCLAUSC and Washington come by that I remember," said Harrison.  "There were a lot though."

Those schools have all offered Harrison and made him a priority.

He visited the Southland in April, checking out UCLA then getting over to USC, where he returned home with an offer.

"The visit to USC was great and they have a great tradition," said Harrison.  "Their facilities were really nice and it was a great experience.  Coach (Johnny) Nansen is the main one recruiting me and they offered me as an athlete."

The trip to UCLA told Harrison they like him for receiver.

"Coach (Jimmie) Dougherty is recruiting me for UCLA and he said they want me to play receiver," said Harrison.  "He also came by during the spring."

Oregon has bounced between defense and offense with Harrison, with offense being their focus.

"I am talking to Coach (Mike) Johnson because they are recruiting me as a receiver," said Harrison, who has also talked with DB coach Keith Heyward from Oregon.

Notre Dame and Michigan are outside the Pac-12 footprint he's grown up in, but both have made compelling cases.

"Coach (Brian) Polian is who is recruiting me for Notre Dame.  They want me as a DB," said Harrison.  "Coach (Jay) Harbaugh is recruiting me for Michigan and they're recruiting me as an athlete."

Meanwhile, the hometown Huskies continue to prioritize Harrison and like him for either side.

"I'm being recruited by Washington as an athlete," said Harrison.  "Coach Pete (Chris Petersen) is who's mainly recruiting me but I talk with Coach KB (Keith Bhonapha) has been talking with me too so running back could be a possibility.  But they like me as an athlete."

Harrison, though, doesn't have a preference.  At least not yet.

"At this moment, I don't know what I actually want to play.  I'll figure it out, though, halfway through my senior year," said Harrison.

And a decision won't come until his senior year is complete.

"It will probably be closer to Signing Day for me making a decision," said Harrison.  "I'll be taking all five of my visits."

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