Four-star big guy DaJohn Harris (6-5, 265, 4.8) from Gardena (Calif.) Serra has displayed a lot of versatility his senior season. Playing both ways, he has lined up as a defensive end, defensive tackle, tight end and fullback.
Harris has tallied over 25 offers and has pretty much narrowed down his favorite colleges to USC, Michigan, Oregon, Nebraska and Washington.
"I already visited Michigan and it was very exciting," Harris said. "I learned a lot about them on my visit and it was my first school out of state."
"I got to meet the coaches and players, face-to-face," Harris said. "It was very good because I got a vibe about how it's going to be if I commit to them."
"USC has a great coaching staff with a great winning tradition," Harris said. "They run their practices like they do in the NFL. USC prepares you for the NFL.
"Oregon has a great coaching staff and great facilities," Harris said. "I also have a chance for early playing time at Oregon.
"Actually I also feel I have an excellent chance for early playing time at Michigan and Washington, too."
"With Washington, Coach Eric Yarber is a coach that has stood out," Harris said. "He cares about you as a human being, not just as a football player.
"Even with Coach Tyrone Willingham they want to make sure that your future is good," Harris said. "It's not just about football with them."
"I don't know much about Nebraska," Harris said. "That is why I'm going to visit Nebraska the day after Thanksgiving (November 24th).
"Bur from what I do know about them they have a good football program and good tradition in general," Harris said. "I'm looking forward about getting more information on Nebraska when I take my trip."
Harris is a member of the Rivals.com Rivals100 for the class of 2007 landing as the nation's No. 33 prospect at any position. Rivals.com ranks Harris as the nation's No. 3 defensive tackle prospect and he's a member of the Rivals.com California top 100 landing as the Golden State's No. 4 prospect at any position.