The time for making a decision on his college choice is drawing near for one of best defensive tackle prospects on the west coast in Ra’Shon Harris (6-5, 285, 4.9) from Pittsburg, Calif. The talented defender has narrowed his school choice to three.
“I’m in the process of making my final decision,” Harris said. “I’m not going to lie to anyone, Oregon is my favorite.”
“I want to talk to all the people I care about,” Harris said. “I want to talk to my Mom, my Grandfather and my high school coach. I want to see how they think.”
“I’m going to make my own decision,” Harris said. “But I want to see how they think about things. Maybe they see something I don’t.”
“Oregon is number one,” Harris said. “Oregon State and Arizona State are tied for number two.”
Harris played on a team that ended up 10-2-1 in 2003 and the two losses came at the hands of Concord (Calif.) De La Salle who is currently on a 151 game winning streak.
On the season Harris accounted for 25 tackles for loss, 22 tipped passes, 14 ½ sacks, two fumbles caused and one fumble recovery that Harris rambled for 45 yards before being stopped.
Harris was selected all-area for his senior season performance.