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Treon Harris has kept an eye on the Florida State season led by redshirt freshman quarterback Jameis Winston. The 'Noles are No. 2 in the BCS standings and if they win out they have a chance to play for the national championship.
The offense gets a majority of the attention, but the defense has been superb as well. Harris said the offense can't be stopped and he likes what he sees from coach Jimbo Fisher and the staff.
"The offense has been dominating every defense," remarked Harris. "Jameis makes it look easy out there. He is making college football look like high school all over again. He plays like an NFL quarterback."
After watching Harris throw for 277 yards and three touchdowns while adding 142 yards rushing and three more scores on the ground it's easy to say Harris is far behind his future mentor in Tallahassee. At times he is at his best when plays break down and he has to improvise on the run. Rarely does he get rattled and show signs of a struggle.
"Nothing bothers me out there," stated the four-star prospect. "That's football. Things are going to break down. You can't let that get you down. I always tell my teammates no matter what I got you on my back. Whatever it takes. If I have to receiver, corner, or center I'm going to do what it takes to win."
Harris is the son of a coach and it shows when he is on the field. His leadership and ability to make others around him better are the intangibles he gives to his team.
Other schools have noticed his exceptional play this year. Harris has thrown for 1,668 yards and 21 scores with only three interceptions in addition to 412 yards rushing and seven touchdowns.
He said Arizona, Boston College, and Ole Miss are trying to get him to take official visits. Harris said he is unsure if he will take any trips and he is focused on winning a national championship for the Tornadoes.
The Seminoles wrap up the regular season this Saturday against rival Florida at the Swamp. When asked if he has a prediction for the in-state battle?
Harris quickly replied, "Probably 45-7 'Noles."
Kynon Codrington is a Southeast Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.