Harris gets his share

Recruiting isn't just heating up for his teammates Ron Brooks and Kelly Griffin. Safety/cornerback Bret Harris is adding several scholarship offers of his own.
The first came from Nebraska but now Kansas State and TCU have joined the mix. Harris, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound defensive back, who has sub 4.5-second speed says that his most recent trip has really given things a fast start.
"I visited TCU yesterday and I got one from them," Harris said. "Then this morning, Kansas State came through with theirs."
The trip to TCU also included his teammates Brooks and Griffin. Harris says that it was definitely well-worth the short journey inside the Metroplex.
"It went really well," Harris said. "We just went into the locker room, went to their stadium, and check out all the new things that they have there. Plus, we met the coaches which was really cool."
Though he's been offered by three schools that he has a lot of interest in, Harris says that his leading teams have yet to pull the trigger on an offer.
"LSU and Oklahoma stand out," Harris said. "I guess it's just growing up, those were the childhood favorites."
Harris has spoken with his recruiting coaches from Nebraska (Ted Gilmore), Kansas State (Tim McCarty), and TCU (Dick Winder).
However his favorite coach to talk with on the phone was Oklahoma coach Brent Venables.
"We talked a while ago, so I don't know about an offer," Harris said. "I just liked talking with him and I called him quite a bit. We got a chance to know each other."