One of the nation's top dual threat quarterbacks in the class of 2006 is Grand Prairie (Texas) Arlington Bowie's Sherrod Harris. Harris, 6-3, 205 pounds didn't put up the same kind of numbers as a junior as he did his sophomore year but is still regarded as one of the elite players in the Southwest.
Harris burst on to the scene his sophomore year when he threw for just over 1,500 yards and 18 touchdowns with just three picks. His numbers dropped a year ago as the signal caller threw for 964 yards and four touchdowns with nine picks. He did rush for 413 yards and five scores and is drawing national interest on the recruiting side right now.
"I have offers from Syracuse and Oklahoma State and I'm also hearing from Stanford, Texas, Texas A&M, Florida State, Michigan, UCLA and USC," Harris said. "I don't have a favorite right now but my top five would be Stanford, Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma State and Michigan.
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"Academics are the most important thing for me as well as location. I plan to take all my trips and will wait until close to Signing Day before I make my decision."
Academically, Harris is carrying a 4.2 GPA and scored a 1310 on the SAT. He'll attend the Nike Camp in Fort Worth in April but is unsure about the rest of his summer camp plans.