Contra Costa College’s Harrison chooses Texas

Highly-recruited Contra Costa College offensive tackle Desmond Harrison announced today that he will play football at the University of Texas next fall.
The 6-foot-8, 315-pound Harrison, a right tackle, is a three-star prospect according to rivals.com. He also consdered Oklahoma, USC, Arizona State and North Carolina State before choosing the Longhorns.
“It was a real long process,” Harrison said. “I felt like Texas was just it for me.”
He said that on his visit to Texas, he was impressed with the facilities and the academics as well as the football program. The sophomore Harrison, who was named first-team All-America by the JC Athletic Bureau for the 2012 season, helped the Comets average 30.1 points, 362.5 yards offense and 221.7 yards rushing per game last year.
Harrison played his senior season of high school football and graduated from Oak Ridge Military Academy in North Carolina.

Phil Jensen

  • Wolfman

    Although I don’t like giving Carter props for coaching I can’t ignore what he has done so far over at Contra Costa College although he hasn’t played Laney or SF City. But the man has produced alot of Division 1 players and he has won alot of games both in High School & now at JC. But to make me a real believer I need to see him Play San Mateo, Laney, City or Chabot & then we will see what’s up?