Rivals No. 2 safety sets visit

Two-sport star Will Harris (6-3, 185, 4.5) from Covina (Calif.) Charter Oak is one of the best safety prospects the nation has to offer this season. Few players possess his size, speed and athleticism. Harris is being sought after by top programs from across the nation. One lucky school has already received word that Harris will take an official visit to their campus.
The lucky school that will an official visit is Washington State. Harris will visit the Pullman campus on October 18 when the Cougars take on Idaho.
Though Harris he’s “wide open” it is probable that USC, UCLA and Washington will also get visits out of the talented safety.

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Other schools that are in the hunt are Arizona, Arizona State, Oklahoma and Michigan.
Rivals.com saw Harris up close when he attended UCLA’s one day camp and it was apparent that he is special. He was very explosive and covered a lot of ground for a guy with his size.
The very athletic Harris has an impressive resume of honors in both football and basketball. For his skill on the hardwood, Harris was selected League MVP, all-area and all-CIF.
Playing both safety and wide receiver, Harris was honored all-league for both his sophomore and junior seasons. He was also chosen all-area and all-CIF for his junior season performance.
Harris also excels in track and field. He could be his league’s best in the high jump, long jump and triple jump by the time track season rolls around.
“Will has a great break on the ball,” Charter Oak head coach Lou Farrar said in an earlier interview with Rivals.com. “He has the size and aggressiveness that D-I schools love for today’s defenses.”
Harris wants to major in sports management.
Harris a member the Rivals.com prestigious Rivals100 team for the class of 2005. he is considered the nation’s number 47 prospect at any position.
Rivals.com ranks Harris as the nation’s number two safety prospect for the class of 2005 and he is a member of the Rivals.com Preseason California Top 100 team landing as the Golden State’s number eight prospect at any position.