Texas WR lands in Big 12

There are always sleepers that emerge right at the end of the recruiting process and one that has blown up big time in the Lone Star State is 6-foot-2, 191-pound receiver Michael Harrison of Dallas Hillcrest.
As a receiver, Harrison accounted for nearly 1,500 all-purpose yards this season, including his kick return yardage, and he helped Hillcrest reach the state playoffs.
The season helped him early scholarship offers from Arizona, Colorado State, UTEP and Wyoming. But it was an offer from a Big 12 team that sold him.
"I got an offer from Oklahoma State, and I have committed to them," Harrison, a two-star prospect, said.
Harrison hasn't even taken an official visit to Stillwater, but saw what he needed with the Cowboys' play on the field this season.
"They're one of the best teams in the nation," he said. "They have a great receiver tradition, and it's a great fit for me. I can't wait to get up there."
Harrison will take his official visit to Stillwater following the dead period that is now in place as Signing Day approaches on Wednesday. He said he will sign a National Letter of Intent with OSU this week.