Cincinnati just received a commitment from Roswell senior cornerback Justus Harris today. The class of ’17 prospect made his commitment official after he Tweeted:
BLESSED and THANKFUL to announce that I am committed to the University of Cincinnati?⚫️ℹ™⚫️? #CinCityPride ?? pic.twitter.com/LxAnxQIAhZ
— Justus Harris (@Thatboybus) January 22, 2017
Harris was one of the most improved players from his junior to senior year in the state of Georgia and chose Cincinnati over offers from Rutgers, UConn, and handful of other mid-majors. Cincinnati offered on January 2nd and got the athletic cornerback to visit this weekend.
The Bearcats are landing a recruit who plays a physical brand of football right at the line of scrimmage. He made tremendous strides in his ability to play man coverage during his senior year and was one of the best cover corners in class 7A. The senior has been recorded with a 43.8″ vertical jump, which is one of the highest we have seen in the state of Georgia for the class of ’17. Harris is a great tackler out in the flat, and that can credited to his relentless work in the weight room over the last two years.
The student-athlete boast a 3.5 GPA and was an impact player on a Roswell squad that has been state runner-up for 2 years now. He is the 14th commitment for the Bearcats in this recruiting cycle and will be joining Sandy Creek’s Jaelen Greene as the other commit from the Peach State.
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