Creston (Ohio) Norwayne linebacker Kaleb Harris looked headed to Cincinnati, but after two official visits in the past week his final destination remains uncertain.
"This weekend I went to Marshall and then I went to Western [Michigan]," Harris said.
"I'm still undecided as of right now [between] Cincinnati, Marshall and Western Michigan. I am weighing pros and cons, trying to make the best decision for me and my family. It comes down to where I am going to get the best education and where I think I have a chance to better myself get me to my goals."
Harris is considering Marshall strongly based off what he saw on his official visit and the people associated with the University.
"Coach [Doc] Holliday was a good guy," Harris said. "They are building the biggest indoor facility in all of college football, so that exceeded my expectations. It is a very football town and all the people there are about football. Huntington was a very nice town, very homey."
Marshall is recruiting the 6-foot-3, 207-pound Harris as an outside linebacker or tight end. Western Michigan, though, sees Harris as a safety unless he outgrows the position.
Although he is paying attention to what position schools are recruiting him for, Harris is looking for more than just a position fit and he liked what he saw in Kalamazoo this past weekend.
"Coach [P.J.] Fleck and his staff I just got a very good bond with," Harris said. "The facilities there are top-notch facilities… the best facilities in the MAC, by far. They're at the point now where the potential of that recruiting class they have is going to take them [far]."
Harris has been a Cincinnati commitment since last June, and despite his recent official visits he still has an affinity for the Bearcats.
"I love the city," Harris said of Cincinnati. "My recruiting coach, Coach [Steve] Clinkscale, he's been with me since Day 1. He was at Illinois, then recruited me to Cincinnati when he went there."
Harris plans to announce his decision on Wednesday, when he will sign his letter of intent alongside teammate Trevahn Beery, a Bowling Green commit.