Highland Springs, Va. athlete Victor Harris is preparing to take the first of five scheduled official visits this weekend as he journeys west to check out the number one team in the nation, Southern Cal, in a big Pac-10 tilt against Arizona State.
“He’s getting on a plane first thing Saturday morning after our Friday night game against Hanover,” explained Highland Springs coach Scott Burton.
Harris will also visit Michigan (Oct. 29), Virginia (Dec. 3), Virginia Tech (Dec. 10), and Miami (Dec. 17). Maryland may also get swapped in depending on Harris’s impression of the Terrapins late in the year.
“We haven’t scheduled an official visit to Maryland. Victor plans to take an unofficial visit there during the season first since it’s close by,” stated Burton. “If he likes his experience there enough, he may cancel one of his other visits to take an official visit there, but we’ll have to wait and see.”
Last Friday night, Harris had a monster performance against Lee Davis posting close to 600 yards of total offense. Harris found ways to move the football rushing, receiving, passing, and in the return game.
“He had a huge night mostly because we played a good team that allowed him to stay on the field most of the game,” admitted Burton. “Usually he’s off the field shortly after halftime, but this game was close until we broke it open late.”
Highland Springs won 62-35 behind 418 yards on 25 carries and five touchdowns from Harris. He also added an 87 yard kickoff return, a 13 yard reception, and passed for another score.