Nebraska offers DL Harris

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Nebraska is the latest school to offer Clinton (Miss.) defensive end Grant Harris.
Harris started to talk to the Cornhuskers in the last twenty-four hours, so he is still trying to wrap his head around getting the offer. Still, he is more than happy they pulled the trigger.

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"It felt real good. It was kind of a surprise to me," stated Harris. "We just started talking yesterday and today they offered. I think they have a good program and they are headed in the right direction. I would like to learn more about them."
Harris said Miami, Mississippi State, and Southern Miss are recruiting him the hardest at this stage.
He was scheduled to attend the Hurricanes BBQ this Sunday in Coral Gables, but he can't make the trip because he starts school on Monday. Look for the 'Canes to get an official visit from Harris at some point.
The three-star defender said he will probably take an official to Lincoln as well to check out the 'Huskers.
This summer he camped at Alabama, Louisiana Tech, Memphis, and Southern Miss.
His father played linebacker at Delta State and his uncle, Arthur Harris, was a defensive back for the Golden Eagles, so he has strong ties to the Magnolia State.
He tries to pattern his game after Denver Broncos rush end Von Miller because of his style of play and his get-off.
The Clinton standout is going to take all of his visits before making a decision. Location will not be a factor in his choice. He said, "It doesn't matter where the school is. It's more about do I feel comfortable being there."
Last fall, he collected 71 tackles and six sacks to go with ten tackles for loss.
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