The Oregon Ducks are closing in on one of their best recruiting seasons in recent memory just became a whole lot better with the commitment of defensive tackle Ra’Shon Harris (6-5, 285, 4.9) from Pittsburg, Calif.
The Ducks are not only getting a tremendous football at a position that is always hard to recruit but they get a man of his word.
Harris is old school in that regard. He promised that he would give Rivals.com the first call and he did.
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With this young man, his word is his bond.
The Ducks can expect good things out Harris.
Harris played on a team that ended up 10-2-1 in 2003 and the two losses came at the hands of Concord (Calif.) De La Salle who is currently on a 151 game winning streak.
On the season Harris accounted for 25 tackles for loss, 22 tipped passes, 14 ½ sacks, two fumbles caused and one fumble recovery that Harris rambled for 45 yards before being stopped.
Harris was selected all-area for his senior season performance.
The Ducks win the services of Harris over ASU and Oregon State.