Status:
Signed
HIGH SCHOOL
DE

Jason Harris

Defensive End
6′8″ / 220 lbs
Gilbert, AZ
Higley
Class of 2020
Rating: 92
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National Avg
Rating: 92.2
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School Preferences

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Colorado
Signed
Texas A&M
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Alabama
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Arizona
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Arizona State
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Illinois
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Indiana
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Kentucky
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Memphis
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Oklahoma
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Oregon
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Oregon State
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Syracuse
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UCLA
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USC
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Utah
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3 mo ago by Jason Howell
A few Thursday recruiting notes
I talked to a few sources out West to get a feel for targets Daniyel Ngata, Noah Sewell, and Jason Harris.We have pretty much covered the Ngata deal. Brauny had a great note early Monday on the Folsom (CA) RB, and what I heard from my sources out west pretty much backs up what he said. Oklahoma State seems to be the biggest competition, Texas A&M continues to pursue and is very much in the mix. Ngata now plans to announce his choice at the Pro Football Hall of Fame World Bowl on December 21. We caught up with Gilbert (AZ) Higley DE Jason Harris after his OV and he gave the visit rave reviews. It has been a few weeks and it looks like the Aggies are indeed a serious contender. In talking to one source, I was told the Aggies, UCLA, and the home state Arizona Wildcats are programs drawing the buzz right now. He does not have an OV scheduled to UCLA yet, but he is expected to set one up and he does have some family ties to the Los Angeles area. As for the Wildcats, he has some incredibly strong ties to the program with his mom, dad, and brother all being Wildcats. However, there is growing sentiment that if Arizona was the choice, it is one he would have already made. Plus the Wildcats just shook things up at defensive coordinator as Marcel Yates was just fired. Harris has two official visits scheduled for Colorado (Nov 9) and Oregon (Nov 16), and he lists Arizona State in his top six. The word out of Orem (UT) is five-star LB Noah Sewell still plans to visit Texas A&M, and it looks like the South Carolina will be the weekend. Sewell just returned from his Oregon official visit, and according to my sources the Ducks continue to be thought of as the leader. There are many reasons including the family's trust in the coaches, the style of play, and his brother's success in Eugene. The SEC style of play is one thing SEC programs have had over Pac-12 programs, but Oregon is one team who plays with an edge and has shown they can play that hardnosed style. All of that said he does remain very interested in the Texas A&M program, the Aggies' style of play, and the family has a great relationship with coach Peveto. Right now I would call Sewell a long shot, but getting him back on to College Station will obviously go a long way if the Aggies are to have a chance.
4 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Recruiting Update: 2020 class filling out with key targets nearing decisions
The 2020 recruiting cycle is nearing the stretch run before the Early Signing Period, and the Aggies have recently added Chris Morris to the fold. Billy Liucci takes a look at the impact of his commitment and provides an update on the A&M targets still on the board.
4 mo ago by Jason Howell
Standout Arizona DE Jason Harris discusses trip to Aggieland
Gilbert (AZ) Higley 6-7, 220-pound DE Jason Harris took his official visit to Texas A&M last weekend. He was joined by his family and they all received a close-up view of what Aggieland was all about.
4 mo ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: Aggieland visitors, recruits to watch and more
The Aggies play host to a number of quality recruits this weekend, and several are making their first visit to Kyle Field. Jason Howell wraps up another week in recruiting with an analysis of what to expect this weekend.
4 mo ago by Jason Howell
2020 DE Jason Harris eager to see what A&M has to offer on official visit
Gilbert (AZ) Higley defensive end Jason Harris has Texas A&M in his top six and he will be in College Station this weekend for his official visit. He gave TexAgs his thoughts as he and his family prepare for their trip to Aggieland.
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