Upper Marlboro (Md.) Wise offensive guard Antonio Harris is inching closer to a decision. The three-star prospect is on the verge of possibly landing a BCS offer, but will he wait it out.
"I'll probably make my decision in the next two weeks, probably in the next week," he said. "I'm taking one last visit before the season to Old Dominion on Friday."
Harris confirmed he has narrowed his options to four schools, Old Dominion, James Madison, Buffalo and Maryland. However, he does not hold an offer quite yet from the Terps.
"Maryland is still waiting for my SAT scores to come back," he said. "They said they are going to offer when I was at camp. They just want my SAT scores."
The 6-foot-3, 311-pounder discussed his finalists further.
"I can say Buffalo is in there because I was talking to the coaches and everything just felt good to go there. The only reason I haven't committed is because it's far away from home," he said. "Old Dominion is the same thing. I go up there a lot and talk to the coaches. I love them. They want me to come there and if I like it on Friday, I may commit. As for James Madison, I just got back from there and my parents love it."
While Maryland has yet to offer, his feels continue to be strong for his in-state school.
"I love Maryland because of the line coach," he said. "I like the way he is and the offensive coordinator. It'd be a good transition there."
Harris believes that a couple of other schools may also be close to offering.
"I know Rutgers and Virginia are interested," he said. "Virginia has been by my school two or three times. They both want to see my first three games from my senior season."
So, is there a chance Harris waits to see who else offers?
"There is a chance that I might want to wait," he said. "If I like what I see at Old Dominion on Friday though it's a possibility I commit especially since I have teammates there. I can say an offer from Maryland might change things."