Tucker, Ga. is always one of the top prospect producing schools in the Peach State. This year is no exception and one of their top prospects is dual-threat quarterback Dwayne Harris, who picked up a new offer this month.
"I had offers from Maryland, Memphis, North Carolina, Ball State and Kent," Harris said. "Recently though, I picked up an offer from Boston College. All of my offers right now are as a quarterback, but a few schools that haven't offered yet like LSU and Arkansas are recruiting me as an athlete."
The 5-foot-11, 190-pound Harris runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds and has helped lead Tucker deep into the playoffs the last two years.
"My top schools right now would North Carolina, Boston College, LSU and Maryland," Harris said. "Those are my top four. I don't want to say everyone else is out of it, but those four are pretty safe on the list I think."
As a junior Harris passed for 1,334 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also accumulated 524 rushing yards and seven touchdowns.
"I will probably wait to take my official visits before I decide anything," Harris said. "I haven't set any of them up yet, but I will probably start doing that the first week of school. I know I will probably set one up to all four of those."
Harris is ranked as a three star prospect and the No. 38 player player in Georgia by Rivals.com. He is also ranked as the nation's No. 14 dual-threat quarterback.
"Distance is not going to be a factor for me," Harris said. "I would like to go somewhere that I will get an opportunity to play early. I want to make sure that wherever I go that I get along with the coaches."