Four commitments in a week. Three in two days. Two in one day -- both wide receivers. The good news just keeps on coming for Michigan State football recruiting.
"I just committed to Michigan State," Harris said. "Just from the first day I went up there I had a great feeling about it. I got a good feel for the coaching staff, the atmosphere. They have a great education system up there. They have a great business school and that's what I want to go into. It just all clicked."
Harris, unranked by Rivals, is a three-star recruit on 247sports. He is rated the No. 16 prospect in Pennsylvania and the 91st wide receiver in the nation.
He had 53 catches for 732 yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior and also returns kicks. He plays in the same league (Ches-Mont) that current MSU wide receiver Kyle Kerrick played in for Coatesville High School.
The 5-foot-10, 175-pound prospect brings the 2012 class to 10 members. His other listed offers came from Temple and Old Dominion, but SpartanMag reported that he had offers from Penn State, Pitt, Maryland and Rutgers.
Harris is a prototypical slot receiver in his stature and his game. He gets downfield in a hurry because of great acceleration. He also plays bigger than his frame in his ability to break tackles, as he seems to look for contact and runs through defenders like a bowling ball.
Despite the smaller size, Harris shows that he can go up and get a ball in the above highlights at the 5:27 mark.
Expect Harris to factor into the return game, as his acceleration and speed make him a perfect candidate to contribute on special teams.