Harper makes Pac-10 pledge

Bryan Harper took an unofficial visit to Washington in the last few days and the Ontario (Calif.) Colony came home, thought about things and decided the Huskies were for him so he decided to make his commitment.
"I loved the campus and the city," Harper said.
"And I liked the relationship I had with the coaches. They made me feel at home and they were straightforward and honest."
Harper, a 6-foot, 180-pound athlete, also had offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Colorado State, New Mexico State and others but liked everything he saw during his unofficial trip to Washington with teammate Robert Wagner and decided to end things. rates Harper as a three-star prospect but it's also difficult to gauge just how much potential he has since he plays quarterback in high school.
Harper probably projects as a defensive back, where he also plays in high school, but he has the athletic ability to also play on the offensive side.
Harper recently had a solid showing at USC's summer camp but did not pick up an offer from the Trojans. It's really no surprise he ended up in the Pac-12 since hr was mainly focused on those schools throughout his recruitment.