Harkey still sits on seven offers and said that at this point, no real leader has emerged, though he acknowledged that a quartet of Pac-10 schools continue to make a good impression on him.
"I don't have any new offers, its kind of all the same schools still," said Harkey. "I have interest in some schools and I'm really just trying to keep my options open so its tough to say that there is a leader."
"Arizona, UCLA, Oregon, Oregon State, those are some of the schools that are standing out to me right now," said Harkey. "Arizona State is too. It's hard to narrow it down because I'm still not sure what I'm going to do yet. It's tough to say because they're all really great schools that I would do well at. That's why I'm trying to keep some options."
Harkey said he has no definitive camp plans but said that there is a strong push from UCLA and USC for him to attend their camps this summer.
"I think I still might go to the UCLA Camp and USC's 1-Day Camp," said Harkey.
Harkey said several schools visited the Chino Hills campus this spring, John Wristen from UCLA being the Bruins' representative.
He is coming off an all-CIF Inland Division season in which he caught 21 passes for 329 yards and four touchdowns and added 51 tackles, 6.5 sacks, an interception and a fumble recovery for Chino Hills.
Harkey is in fine shape academically, sporting a 3.3 GPA and he will take the SAT this weekend.