Four-Star Quarterback Brandon Harris Talks Ohio State Visit

By Jason Priestas on June 2, 2013 at 4:43p

Bossier City (LA) quarterback Brandon Harris took an unofficial visit to Ohio State ahead of Saturday's Elite 11 quarterback competition in Columbus and came away impressed with what he saw. Here he is speaking about the visit, his plans for other visits and his timeline for a decision.

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CincyCaliBuck's picture

I Don't get a strong feeling he will commit to us after his comments, but I don't get the feeling we are out of it either. He will probably play it very tight to the vest until he makes it official.

703Buckeye's picture

Very well-spoken and intelligent young man. Brandon will be an asset to whichever school he commits to.

"Attack the Strong, Trample the Weak, Hurdle the Dead!"
-Former OSU S&C Coach Lichter

corveyer's picture

Agreed, very well spoken seems to have a great head on his shoulders. I took his close to the vest comments more as an indicator of unwillingness to play the recruiting game than any disinterest in Ohio State, which I find pretty refreshing. 
On another note I thought his tweeting out that he may silent commit early to be a pretty good sign for a few reasons. One it came off the heels of visiting Columbus, and two after the visit I am sure he has a good idea of where he stands with the staff in relation to other QBs they are looking at. I think all these kids know who the schools are looking at and with Kyle Allen visiting soon if Harris is interested in the Buckeye's he may want to get a commitment to the coaches before he loses a spot. In any event, totally agree that whoever signs him will be getting a great addition to their program. 

Idaho Helga's picture

Wow, totally impressed with that video.  Sounds like he has a good head on his shoulders.   I wish him well wherever he goes....but he looks good in gray!

CowCat's picture

Seems like a very intelligent, well spoken kid.  He'd be a great addition to the team.
I wonder how the recent news Kyle Allen committing to A & M will factor into all of this ...

"We get paid to score touchdowns, not kick field goals"
-- Urban Meyer