Gilmer, Texas athlete Lamar Harris quickly added scholarship offers early in the recruiting process and junior day invitations certainly haven't been a problem either.
This weekend, Harris took in Texas A&M along with a host of other in-state prospects. Harris, the 6-foot-2, 179-pound two-way player, says that he enjoyed his time in College Station. Regardless, he's not rushing a decision.
"A&M went really well, I liked it there," Harris said. "We took a tour of the facilities and spoke with coach Dennis Franchione and coach (Bob) DeBesse. They just told me that they wanted me to come there and all that.
"They said they're recruiting me as an athlete."
Harris also holds scholarship offers from Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Baylor along with the Aggies. Though he's very interested in all the schools that have offered, he's not ready to name any favorites.
"No, not really," Harris said about leading schools. "I'm just weighing all of my options."
Harris wanted to take a visit to Oklahoma this weekend, but he's having surgery for a stomach hernia.
"I've had it all my life I guess, but it's just now bothering me," Harris said. "It's not that big of a deal though. I'm only going to be out about three weeks. When I get back, I'm going to go to the NIKE (camp) in April and probably some team camps. I just don't know which ones yet."