Highland Springs (VA) star cornerback/running back Victor “Macho” Harris took his second official visit this weekend, as he headed to the University of Michigan. Harris made an official visit to USC earlier this month.
The #1 player in the state of Virginia seemed to have a great time in Ann Arbor.
“I had fun,” Harris said of the experience. “If I had to rate it on a scale of 1 to 10, I’d say it was a 10-plus.”
One of the highlights of the trip was Michigan’s triple overtime victory over in-state rival Michigan State. Michigan erased a 17-point 4th quarter deficit to win 45-37.
“It was the big house,” Harris said of the game atmosphere. “It was loud. There were tons of people everywhere. And it was a good game. It showed me how the team handled pressure. They could have easily folded the tent, but when the heat was on they played harder. That’s what any player wants to see out of a team.
“The coaches were really down to earth too. What you see is what you get. One of the coaches told me to let what I was seeing sink in, because what you see is what you get. Nothing changes. That’s good because I liked how it was.”
Harris also enjoyed the campus.
“I like how they have everything set up,” Harris said. “They don’t have one dorm designated for football players – they have football players staying with other students. Everybody’s together. I liked that because you get to know different people. And I like how the campus is set because you can walk to anything.”
How did the trip compare to his first official visit?
“I liked both schools a lot,” Harris said. “Both coaches were down to earth. I think that whatever college you go to you will have a great experience. The players from both teams are like a family. Both schools showed me much love, and I loved everything about them.”
When asked if location would be a factor regarding USC or Michigan, Harris stated “nope.”
Harris’ next official visit is scheduled for UVa on December 3rd. He then goes to Virginia Tech on December 10th and finishes with Miami (Fl) on December 17th. The University of Maryland may get an unofficial visit at some point as well.
“I’m going to take all of my visits and then figure out which school is my favorite,” Harris said. “I’m not naming any favorites right now. I think I will like them all…my job is to figure...
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