As Dallas Hillcrest wide receiver Michael Harrison gets ready for the playoffs interest in his talents and ability from college coaches continues to grow, especially interest from a school right at home.
"I've been talking to a couple different schools," the two-star receiver said. "I've been talking to SMU and Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Monroe and Kansas."
Would playing for hometown team SMU be an option for the Hillcrest standout?
"Oh yeah, I would definitely be interested," Harrison said. "Coach (Dan) Morrison and I have talked a little bit."
Currently the 6-foot-2, 191-pound wide receiver only holds one offer from Colorado State, a team that is still high on his list.
"They're still high on my list," said Harrison. "Coach (Tim) Duffie and I talk about once a week."
Harrison led the way for Hillcrest last week en route to a co-District 12-4A championship, combining for 263 yards and three touchdowns in a 40-0 victory. His touchdown scores came on two 5-yard runs and a 59-yard touchdown reception.
Recruiting will now take a backseat for Harrison as he gets ready for the post-season to begin in his senior year.
"I will be taking visits but I'm not going to do anything until after the season is over," he said.