One of Tennessee’s top defensive goals announced Wednesday night that he will focus primarily on a few schools. Class 2022 cornerback Christian Harrison Woodward Academy in College Park, Ga., Announced their top three university selections on their Twitter account, revealing that Vols is one of the best teams he’s considering.
Florida and Nebraska joined the 6-foot, 183-pound Harrison Tennessee favorites list, the son of former NFL All-Pro-safe Rodney Harrison. Harrison Jr. tweeted that his recruitment is “Still OPEN.”
Harrison resigned from Liberty on October 18, after he had committed to Flames for nearly three months. He resigned with Liberty less than a week after receiving the scholarship offers From Vols, Georgia Tech and West Virginia on the same day. Since then, he has increased offers from Florida, Utah, Virginia Tech, Missouri, Nebraska and Virginia.
He now has offers from nearly 20 schools. 247Sports has classified him as the 93rd corner defender of the 2022 class and the 91st senior in the state of Georgia. He has also rated the three-star potential in the industry-created 247Sports Composite.
Harrison received his first Power Five offer in early September from Kansas State, and when he reopened his recruitment last month, he expected to continue adding new Teams to his growing list of options. But he said last month that he was “very excited” to receive an offer from Wols for his visit to Tennessee on October 9 for its victory over South Carolina.
He made it clear last month that he was heavily considering Walsh.
“Tennessee is definitely in place for my recruitment right now, for sure,” Harrison said at the time. “I’m not going to rush anything. Just sit down and plan my options.… There’s no rush at all right now.”
Harrison said last month that the opportunity to play in the SEC was one of the main reasons he looked closely at Tennessee as he began to move toward a final decision.
“It’s the SEC,” he said at the time. “It’s the biggest stage of football you can get in college football – the SEC. The atmosphere at the games is absolutely ridiculous, with fans and the other way around. Things like that attract me to them.”
In recent weeks, Harrison has expressed interest in visiting Florida and discussed the possibility of traveling to Gainesville, Fla., On November 27 for the Gators regular season final against rival Florida State. He has also indicated that he is likely to pay an official visit to Tennessee – probably in December – before signing a contract with the school of his choice during the early signing period, which begins on 15 December. Nebraska gave him its latest offer in November. 9.