"There's a chance I could leave this summer, but it all depends on whether I get a couple of these classes taken care of," Harrison told JCFootball.com. "If I finish up this summer, then I would have four years to play three, but like I said, it all depends on if I finish up these last couple of classes."
In anticipation of that possibly happening, Harrison has started to receive offers and interest from FBS programs and recently he hauled in his first two offers.
"Arizona State and West Virginia both offered me," Harrison said. "Both of them are offering me for either this fall or for next year, depending on how things go with my classes.
"The other schools talking to me right now are TCU, Colorado, Oklahoma State, Southern Miss, Miami, Tulsa, Utah State, New Mexico and Louisiana-Lafayette, but none of those have offered me yet."
As a freshman this past season, Harrison led Blinn with four interceptions while also posting 23 tackles and 10 pass breakups.
"I didn't really start until the fifth game, so I had to work my way into that role," Harrison noted. "I really can play both zone or press coverage, but most of my picks came from one-on-one coverage. I attack the ball in the air as if I'm the receiver."
Harrison enjoyed a solid prep career at Atascocita (Houston, Tx.) High School and had planned to sign with Fresno State, but he was unable to get qualified, so he chose the best JUCO program he could find and that just happened to be Blinn.
"I had a really good relationship with coach (Tom) Rocco who was here when I was being recruited," Harrison recalled. "I also really liked what the program here is all about."
If Harrison finishes things up academically this summer, he will have four years to play three, but if he needs to wait until December he will have three years to play two starting in 2018.
We'll have more on Harrison in the coming weeks and months as he continues to work his way through the recruiting process.