Four-star safety/wide receiver Will Harris (6-3, 185, 4.5) from Covina (Calif.) Charter Oak is living up to his pre-season hype. Harris has helped Charter Oak get off to a 3-1 start. He has also fielded an enormous amount of phone calls since September 1st.
“I have received phone calls and offers from the whole Pac-10 except for Stanford,” Harris said. “Kansas State and Colorado have also called among others.”
“I have set up one visit for sure to Washington State on December 11th,” Harris said. “I think I have set a visit to Arizona State when they play UCLA.”
“Right now USC, UCLA, Washington, Washington State and Arizona State are all tied for the moment,” Harris said. “These are the schools that I will probably visit.”
Despite what has been previously reported Harris was not in attendance at the UCLA/San Diego State game last Saturday.
“I have only been to one college game this season,” Harris said. “I saw San Diego State take on Idaho State.”
Harris’ older brother Mark Harris plays for Idaho State.
Harris will be in attendance this coming Saturday (October 9th) when USC takes on the Cal Bears.
One of the reasons that Charter Oak is 3-1 is the play of Harris. So far this season Harris has 37 tackles, two forced fumbles and one pick.
Harris and his Charter Oak teammates will be taking on always tough Claremont, Calif., this Friday evening.
An outstanding two-sport star, Harris picked up an impressive resume of honors in both football and basketball as a junior.
For his skill on the hardwood, Harris was selected League MVP, all-area and all-CIF.
Playing both safety and wide receiver, Harris was honored all-league for both his sophomore and junior seasons. He was also chosen all-area and all-CIF for his junior season performance.
Rivals.com ranks Harris as the nation’s number two safety prospect for the class of 2005 and he is a member of the Rivals.com Preseason California Top 100 team landing as the Golden State’s number eight prospect at any position.
Harris is also a member of the Rivals.com prestigious Rivals100 team for the class of 2005. He is considered the nation’s number 47 prospect at any position.