Jahzion Harris seems to be heading to Rutgers football.
After entering the transfer portal late last week, Harris appears to be on the verge of leaving Texas A&M. A report from On3 says that Harris is bound for the Rutgers football. Harris, who played his high school football at Erasmus Hall (Brooklyn, N.Y.) is a defensive end and a former four-star recruit.
Last week, RutgersWire reported citing a source that Harris was likely to end up with Rutgers football.
According to the report from On3, it is yet to be determined if Harris can suit-up this season for Rutgers football given the timing of his transfer:
“Harris, who didn’t get into the portal prior to the May 1 deadline for immediate eligibility, will need a waiver in order to be eligible this season.”
Adding Harris is big for Rutgers football and head coach Greg Schiano. With a need for edge rushers, Harris projects to quickly see the field whenever his eligibility issue is sorted out.
Last season as a freshman, Harris finished with four tackles and a sack in two games played.
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