Booker T. Washington's Treon Harris still committed to Florida State despite his recruitment heating up
Treon Harris and his family members knew his college recruitment was going to pick up tremendously at the end of his high school season.
It’s even something Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher was hoping to avoid with his commitment from Miami Booker T. Washington since last July.
“Coach Fisher knew the type of talent Treon had as a quarterback,” older brother Tim Harris Jr. said, “and he told my dad, [Booker T. coach Tim ‘Ice’ Harris] that a long time ago.
“‘Coach [Ice], I know he’s committed to us right now, but I understand that schools are going to come after him late in the game, and my job is to just fight them off. He’s going to have other schools come after him sooner or later.’ And [Fisher] was hoping that Treon stayed a secret for him throughout the whole process, but [Fisher] knew there was going to come a time where he’s going to have to fight for him.”
Despite seeing some of his close friends come and go, Quincy Wilson still remains 100 percent committed to the University of Florida.
Wilson has seen fellow South Florida products Dalvin Cook, Ermon Lane and Chris Lammons decommit from UF in the last 20 days, and has even cut ties with one of them
“I’m done with Ermon,” Wilson said Sunday after being in attendance for South Florida Express 7-on-7 tryouts at Hollywood McArthur High. “I don’t talk to him no more.
“I just don’t like what he did. He didn’t really have no reason to decommit. He would’ve fit in well with the offense that we’re bringing in.”
There’s no player in South Florida with as much upside as Class of 2016 prospect Sam Bruce.
Bruce, a former Davie University School receiver now at Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas, was the best player on the field during South Florida Express 7-on-7 tryouts this past weekend, earning the distinct honor Sunday of being the first invite to play in the 2016 U.S. Army All-American Bowl game.
And the praises Bruce earned from his peers and national media members barely do him justice.
“He may be the first 5-8 five-star [prospect],” ESPN national recruiting analyst Gerry Hamilton said.
Added five-star 2015 cornerback Tavarus McFadden from Plantation American Heritage: “He’s not even human.”