Butler County (Kan.) Community College three-star running back Joseph Harris is back at his home in Olathe, Kan., trying to make the biggest decision of his life.
In front of him are scholarship papers from Utah State, Wyoming and Troy State. Now all he has to do is figure out what one he plans on signing.
“I’m still talking to the coaches, talking to my parents and trying to figure out what I’m going to do,” Harris, who is 5-foot-9 and 215 pounds, said. “I took my visits to Utah State State and I really liked it a lot, and then I was up at Wyoming. I was only there for a day, but I liked what I saw there, too. And then there is Troy State. I visited them back in November, and that’s a good program, too.
“I guess I don’t know what I’m going to do. I’ll probably not sign anything tomorrow at the rate this is going at.”
Wednesday is the first day that mid-term junior college prospects can sign national letters of intent with Division I schools.