Four-star class of 2023 defensive back Daniel Harris is ready to commit. Harris has excellent length and is committing on July 1. Harris’s top schools are Michigan, Georgia, Ohio State, and Penn State.
Harris has offers from elite college football programs across the country and has received recruiting interest from schools like Jackson State, Miami, Syracuse, Texas A&M, Cincinnati and Tennessee.
The 6-foot-2, 175-pound defensive back ranks as the No. 19 cornerback in the class of 2023 recruiting cycle. Daniel Harris is the No. 151 recruit in the rising senior class and is the No. 30 recruit in Florida. Harris’ brother, Donell Harris, plays defensive line for the Texas A&M Aggies.
Harris received a scholarship offer from the University of Georgia in Feb. 2022. The four-star cornerback plays high school football and runs track for Gulliver Prep in Miami, Florida. Harris is favored (per 247Sports) to commit to the Georgia Bulldogs.
As a defensive back, Harris does a good job of reading the quarterback. He pins receivers to the sideline and uses his size well in coverage. Harris is a willing run defender, but could improve upon his tackling form before playing at the highest level of college football.
Daniel Harris announced his top schools and commitment date via his Twitter account:
Things are heating up for the class of 2023. Top recruits across the country are committing to schools in droves ahead of the 2022 high school football season.
Update: Daniel Harris plans to commit at 1:00 p.m. EDT.
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