After missing his junior season due to a knee injury, cornerback Iric Harris is back and ready to prove himself to colleges. The 5-foot-9, 172-pounder took one visit recently and is making plans to head out for more trips soon.
"I'm doing pretty good," he said. "I'm working my trainer in Manassas, jumping and running.
"I haven't timed myself, but I'm close to 100%. I'm able to cut and run now. I'm going to wait on events for this summer."
Recently Harris visited Virginia for their spring game.
"It was pretty good," he said. "There were a lot of prospects in the state there and it was up tempo. I talked to Coach Poindexter and he told me he wants to see me do my thing this summer when I come down for camp."
Harris plans to head to Virginia along with trips to Rutgers and North Carolina this summer.
With interest starting to develop, Harris is looking for a few things in his future home.
"Defensive wise, I like a school that hits and a place where the defensive backs have fun on the field," he said. "Being close to home would be good and I want to study forensic science."