Largo (Fla.) running back Brynn Harvey is getting early attention from a number of programs, including some in the Southeastern Conference and a pair of in-state programs.
"Florida came by the school," he said. "Auburn and Connecticut have sent me some letters. I have been in contact with South Florida and Mississippi State said they want me."
The 6-foot-1, 215-pounder ran for more than 1,800 yards during his junior year.
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"My size (stands out)," he said. "I also think that the way I get after people is good. I always work hard to do things to the best of my abilities."
Harvey, who set a state record with 51 carries in a game his junior year, feels like he has a few adjustments to make to produce at the college level.
"I just have to get a feel for the game," he said. "I just have to get used to the game and how it's played at the college level."