Dayall Harris of Jackson (Miss.) Callaway committed to Ole Miss in February calling it a dream come true.
Fast forward four months and Harris says recruiting has yet to slow down for the three-star split end. Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Georgia, and Tennessee are checking in him and want him to consider their respective programs.
"Alabama just sent me a letter. It kind of shocked me. A lot of the out-of-state schools stopped recruiting me for a while, but now they are back on me," explained Harris.
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Is he comfortable with a decision to leave home if he changes his mind?
"My mom wants me to get away for school. But my grandmother wants me to stay close to home, so those are things I have to deal with," noted Harris.
He recently visited Arkansas and enjoyed his trip to Fayetteville. Look for him to check Alabama and LSU in July for their summer camps.
Does Harris want an offer from the 'Tide and Bayou Bengals?
"That would be great, but I don't want to think about offers. I want to go there and research the programs. If that happens it happens," shrugged the Ole Miss pledge.
Even though he is still hearing from different schools don't expect a de-commitment anytime soon. In fact he is working on getting teammate and four-star offensive lineman Rod Taylor on board with the Rebels.
When asked to give a percentage on his status?
Harris thought for a second and said, "89%. I'm going to look into taking official visits and go from there."