Recruiting: Winter Park DE Trent Harris Commits to UM

On Monday, Winter Park (Fla.) DE Trent Harris verbally committed to the University of Miami, becoming the Hurricanes’ 25th pledge in the 2014 class.

Trent Harris, image courtesy of 247Sports.com

Harris, (6-2, 226) chose the Hurricanes over Ohio State and the University of Florida and made his announcement at the Orlando Sentinel offices.

While many thought that the young pass-rusher would choose the Gators, Harris decided that Miami was the best place to be.  On why he chose UM, Harris told the Orlando Sentinel, “It was very difficult…extremely difficult.  I liked Florida since I was little, but I’m not little anymore.  I needed to make a grown man’s choice of what to do and what will be best to further my abilities.  Florida just wasn’t going to work out for me and so Miami is the best choice.”

With just over 20 offers, Harris, a consensus 4-star prospect, is rated the No. 14 WDE and the No. 32 prospect in the state of Florida (247Sports).

In his junior year, Harris totaled 50 tackles and 11 sacks.

The Hurricanes currently have the No. 5 2014 recruiting class and Harris becomes the eleventh defensive pledge joining Travonte Valentine (Hialeah, Fla.), Chad Thomas (Booker T. Washington), Juwon Young (Albany, GA.), Darrion Owens (Orange Park, Fla.), Dalvon Stuckey (Pearl River C.C.), Ryan Mayes (Northwestern), Nigel Bethel (Booker T. Washington), Mike Smith (Northwestern), Dennis Turner (Dillard), Terry McCray (Ely) and Demetrius Jackson (Booker T. Washington).

 

Topics: Football, Miami Hurricanes, Trent Harris

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  • newcanesfan

    Harris will be a senior this season so those stats were for his junior year. I believe he will also be graduating from WP in December so will be attending UM in the spring, which means spring football as well!

  • CanesWrning

    Awesome, thanks for the corrections! Looking forward to seeing him in orange and green.