Mesquite (Texas) Horn cornerback DeVante Harris was one of the top performers at the Under Armour All-American Game earlier this month and, with a recent de-commitment from Oklahoma, the 5-foot-11, 160-pound defender has seen his stock take off with new offers.
After adding over 10 new schools in the last week Harris had basically narrowed things down to Ohio State, TCU, Texas A&M and Texas Tech and scheduled official visits to all four places. He took the first one this weekend to College Station.
"I loved everything about it," Harris said of A&M. "It was real fun and everything was real family-oriented.
"[Head coach Kevin Sumlin] was just telling me how they are going to use me and stuff like that. He told me about how he runs his program and everything and how he plans to take this program to new heights."
While rumors swirled all weekend and into Sunday of a commitment from Harris, he says they are no true.
"Not yet," he said. "I'm on my way home right now. I'm going to go home and talk about things with me and my mom and my dad."
Harris had previously stated he planned to wait until Jan. 29 to make his final decision since he wanted to take all of his official visits first. That may not still be the case though.
"I don't know. It depends on how I feel these next few days. I'm just waiting to get to the house and talk to my mom, my dad and my cousins."
Harris was scheduled to officially visit Texas Tech this Monday but he says the trip is now off.
"I'm not going to Tech anymore," he said. "I just didn't really see that I needed to go out there."
He is unsure at this time about the status of his Jan. 20 trip to TCU and Jan. 27 visit to Ohio State.