SoCal DB gets two offers

Running back/cornerback Cary Harris (6-1, 180, 4.4) from Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame is a stellar two-way player. He already has two offers and is getting attention from every Pac10 team and more. He was selected first-team all-league, first-team all-CIF, first-team all-state and Student Sports All-American as a cornerback.
As a running back, Harris rushed for 1,150 yards and scored 17 touchdowns.
Harris didn’t have his complete defensive stats but he did know he have one pick and a lot of batted passes even though the opposition wisely decided not to throw his way.
The scouting report on Harris is he has very flexible hips and very quick feet. He also has good strength for a young man his size with a 280 pound bench.
A good around athlete, Harris also runs track. He participates in the in the 400, 200 and this track season he do the 100 and the 4x100.
Harris has super speed. He was timed in the 100 at 10.7 during his freshman year and he’s much faster now.
Harris has offers from Arizona and their archrivals Arizona State. At this time Harris is very open to colleges.
At this point Arizona, ASU, Stanford, USC, UCLA, Cal, Washington State and Notre Dame are his current top eight.
Harris made a point that he is very open and that his top schools could change.
Harris doesn’t care what side of the football he plays on, he will play whatever position will help the team most.
What is Harris looking for in a school?
“I am looking for a school that has my major,” Harris said. “I also want to attend a school with a good climate and a college where I can get early playing time.”