Rivals250 corner remains open

It's been a summer of accomplishment so far for Miami (Fla.) Booker T. Washington cornerback Brandon Harris. The talented four-star prospect had a tremendous outing in his team's spring game and then followed that performance with a strong showing at the University of Miami's prospect camp.
"The Miami camp went real well," Harris said. "Actually, I was named the camp MVP. I played cornerback and I went at it with a lot of great wide receivers. To tell you the truth, there were a lot of great receivers from across the country there."
That followed Booker T. Washington's spring game, where Harris returned an interception for a touchdown on the game's first play. BTW went on to defeat Fort Lauderdale Dillard.

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While at the prospect camp, the Rivals250 prospect got the chance to get another up close look at the Miami program.
"With me being so close to campus, I was already very familiar with the program," Harris said. "Things look like they are on the way up for them right now."
Harris said the camp puts Miami high on his list, but he's not ready to name a leader publicly.
"I wouldn't say that it puts them on the top," Harris said. "But they are in one of my top spots now. I want to go to some other colleges and get a look at some other programs like I did Miami. I want to take a look at some other colleges and how the coaches interact with the players, things like that.
"I don't have a top team or anything like that."
Harris added that the three schools recruiting him the hardest are Miami, Florida and Central Florida.
Harris and his Booker T. Washington teammates leave next Friday for a team camp at Rutgers. He also will attend a prospect camp at the University of Florida in July.
Harris is a mid (5.9) four-star rated prospect and is the nation's No. 8 cornerback prospect according to Rivals.com.