North Mesquite, Texas, standout Aaron Harris, a Rivals100 selection, continues to have a top three of impressive teams. So what's the latest on the 6-foot, 230-pound linebacker?
"It's football time," Harris said. "We have our first scrimmage Saturday against Plan East. Then we open it up against Plano next Friday."
No matter what game, Harris is sure to be there ready to dominate. Rivals100 will rank him as the No. 6 player in the state of Texas on Monday.
Harris said he still has a solid top three of Texas, Oklahoma and A&M.
"Texas is a place where I can play early," Harris said. "They also know how to make you feel important when they recruit you.
"Then there is A&M. The coach there told me that if I came there that I would be the No. 2 linebacker instantly. That means I would play right away. OU has some true freshmen that are going to play quite a bit, so that shows you that they play young guys right away. Plus, they just won the national championship. You can't help but like that."
Harris said visits would begin to be set up shortly.