Harris Jr. moving towards USC commitment
07/03/2013 12:01 AM
07/03/2013 12:02 AM
DB Al Harris Jr. of Fort Lauderdale said Tuesday night he plans to make his commitment within the next two weeks. USC has been his leader and remains so.
"Nothing has changed so far," said Harris who talked Tuesday night with Gamecock recruiter Grady Brown. "We talked about my visits and my training. I really like their school, like what they have to offer football wise and academically. And I'm real comfortable with the coaches."
Harris said he'd like to take some visits between July 12th and 24th and is looking at USC, Louisville, Florida State, NC State and Arkansas for those stops. He feels like USC is showing the strongest interest in him and when decision time comes, he'll sit down with his father and discuss the pros and cons of each school.
His father is a former NFL corner and currently coaches with Kansas City. Harris will be going to Kansas City next week to train and plans to remain there until his pre-season practice.
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