One official visit set for Harris

After missing the entire 2010 football season with a torn ACL, Southwestern RB Aaron Harris (5-10, 185) had a very solid bounceback season and now that he's been able to turn his attention toward recruiting, he's got one visit set up to a Mountain West school and two other visits he's mulling over...

"I've got a visit set up to see Colorado State on January 20th and I'm thinking about visiting Cincinnati, probably on the 13th, but I'm not really sure what date I will visit there," Harris told JCFootball.com recently.

In addition to his offers from Cincinnati and Colorado State, Harris also has an offer from Georgia.

"I need to talk to them about possibly visiting too," Harris said. "I just want to find the right place for me. If that's far away, then that's great, but if it's closer to home, I'm fine with that too."

Harris prepped at Granite Hills (El Cajon, Ca.) High School and then headed to Southwestern where, as a freshman, he totaled 1,169 yards and 15 touchdowns and hauled in 23 receptions for 201 yards and two more scores.

"We run out of the spread, so I get into space a lot where I can use my quickness and speed," Harris said. "I can run out of a pro set though and get yards inside. I feel like I can do whatever my team needs me to do."

This past season, after redshirting in 2010 due to the torn ACL, Harris totaled 870 yards and eight touchdowns while hauling in 19 receptions for 165 yards.

"I work hard and I've really tried to put myself in a good situation, so hopefully it all works out," Harris said. "I know I can play at the next level, I just need to find the right place and fit for me and I also want to find a place that can get me ready for life after football."

Harris will sign his letter-of-intent with a school in February and he will have two years to play two wherever he ends up.

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