Last month, Jeremy Pruitt and his Tennessee staff gave a scholarship offer to former Oregon commit Tre’Shaun Harrison. Now that talented athlete plans on visiting the Vols this upcoming weekend.
According to an interview he did with Brandon Huffman of 247Sports, Harrison is planning to visit Tennessee this upcoming weekend on January 19th and 20th. Harrison is a four-star athlete out of Seattle who is rated as the No. 151 overall player in the country and 6th-best athlete in the 2018 class according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. They also have him as the No. 2 player in the state of Washington.
Tennessee offered Harrison on December 22nd, and apparently they’ve made enough headway in his recruitment to get a visit from him during the final month of the 2018 recruiting cycle. Harrison had been committed to Oregon for a while before decommitting from them on December 2nd. He’s been pursued after by Florida State and Utah most heavily since then.
Harrison visited Utah this past weekend, and he will visit Oregon and Florida State after he visits the Vols.
As a senior, Harrison caught 55 passes for 1,102 yards and 12 touchdowns while also carrying the ball 15 times for 75 yards according to Max Preps. He also has several interceptions to his credit and a couple special teams touchdowns as well.
Harrison’s highlight film shows off his dynamic play-making ability and elite speed. He’s creative and elusive in open space, but he also displays his soft hands down the field as a receiver as well. He has great vision and awareness and can make some impressive catches in traffic.
Harrison says in his interview with 247Sports that he intends to announce his college decision on National Signing Day on February 7th.