Sean Harlow is definitely excited about his new offer from Oregon but his future position will be a consideration when the San Clemente, Calif., offensive lineman figures out which school is best for him.
The 6-foot-5, 260-pound prospect said he would prefer to play offensive tackle in a pro-style offense so if the Ducks will remain a top contender he would consider moving to guard or center where he could be used more effectively.
Still, it's a little early to make all those determinations and at this point Harlow said he's just excited to land another major offer. This could be his biggest so far with offers also in from Oregon State, Utah and Washington.
"I talked to coach (Steve) Greatwood once when he was trying to convince (Kyle Murphy) to go up there," Harlow said.
"We kind of talked then but not for too long. I've been getting a bunch of mail from them. They watched my film (Monday) and coach (Chip) Kelly and him really liked it and they decided to offer me."
Harlow, who recently attended the USC junior day, is planning to visit Oregon State - and now probably Oregon for sure - in early March and then head to Utah for an unofficial visit later that month.
Now that he has an offer from the Ducks, seeing Oregon's campus during this upcoming stretch is even more important.
"It's definitely an exciting offer," Harlow said.
"They've had a lot of success but it all depends on what position they want me to play up there. If I play tackle I don't know if it's the right place because it's not a pro-style offense but at center or guard it doesn't really matter because it showcases those positions."
Harlow said he's been receiving more interest from Miami, Colorado and Duke recently but is unsure whether those programs are ready to offer.