Daniel Harris (2023), a four-star defensive back from Gulliver Prep High School in Miami, Florida, has received another 247Sports crystal ball prediction to Penn State.
Kipp Adams, a University of Georgia insider for Dawgs247, projected Harris, a former Georgia commit, to pick Penn State, and, in doing so, joined lead experts Steve Wiltfong and Andrew Ivins, as well as National Recruiting Analyst Brian Dohn and Lions247 Staff Writer Taylor Calvaruso in making that crystal ball pick.
Harris (6-foot-2, 175 pounds) committed to Georgia on the first day of July but de-committed earlier this month. Before committing to Georgia, Penn State had been in his top four, along with Georgia, Michigan and Ohio State. He took his official visit to Penn State in late June, not long before he committed to Georgia. Interestingly enough, 247’s scouting report, written by Ivins, compared Harris to current Penn State standout corner Joey Porter Jr. Ivins wrote in his analysis, posted in June, that Harris is a “developmental cornerback prospect with the tools and traits that NFL front offices covet these days.”
“Still figuring things out as an outside corner,” Ivins wrote, “but has progressed immensely from a technical standpoint since he first emerged on the national recruiting scene as a thin, wiry freshman.”
Harris’s brother, Donell, was also four-star recruit. Donell Harris (2020) signed with Texas A&M but entered the transfer portal a little over a week ago.
If Harris commits to Penn State, he’d be the 20th player to join the program’s 2023 class and the seventh defensive back.