Junior receiver Tyree Harris of Marietta (Ga.) was hoping to land an offer during his visit Saturday to Clemson. While that didn't happen, he said he did receive positive feedback from the Tigers and he is optimistic good news may come down the road.
"They told me they want me to come back for their camp and see how I do," Harris said. "That's in June. If I show out and do really good I might get an offer. I'm definitely going back."
Right now, the 6-feet-1, 170-pound Harris holds five offers. They've come from Boston College, Central Florida, Mississippi State, Missouri and Syracuse, he said. The Tigers were the most recent to pull the trigger, doing so a couple weeks ago.
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Additionally, Harris is hearing from Duke.
"Duke is coming at me kind of hard," Harris said. "They want me to visit. So I'm trying to make a trip up there. I'll probably do that in two weeks, right before our spring practice. They only do offers in person."
As for Saturday's Clemson visit, Harris, who made the trip with Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter receiver Ryan Jenkins, said he enjoyed it.
"I met some of the coaches," Harris said. "They were cool. After the spring game, we walked around the campus. I liked the facilities and a lot of other things about that school."
Harris doesn't plan on trimming his list of schools until the summer at the earliest.
In 2011, he recorded 50 catches for 875 yards and eight touchdowns.