What did Aaron Harris think of the Texas-Texas A&M game? The North Mesquite, Texas, linebacker was in the stands and interestingly his choice could come down to the two teams.
“I thought it was a good defensive game,” Harris said. “Personally, I think I can contribute to both teams early. That was what I was looking at and what I noticed.”
But the 6-foot, 230-pound Harris, considered the No. 2 linebacker in the state of Texas by Rivals100.com, is not ready to concede that it’s an A&M-Texas race for his signature just yet.
Though he has visits scheduled to A&M for Dec. 7 and to Texas for Dec. 14, Harris also has visits set with Oklahoma for Jan. 11 and recently scheduled one to Florida for Jan. 18.
“I could even make a decision before Christmas, but that’s not the plan right now.”
Harris received a home visit from A&M coach J.B. Grimes last night. He also expects to get a home visit from OU assistant Brent Venables.
He was scheduled to receive a home visit from Texas sometime this week, but thinks that that may be changed now that the Longhorns are in the Big 12 Championship game.