TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Winter Park (Fla.) defensive end Trent Harris made his way to Tallahassee on Saturday for Florida State’s most recent junior day. The 6-foot-2, 230-pound speed-rush defensive end entered the visit with just an offer from Boston College. That had changed by mid-afternoon on Saturday.
Harris was surprised by the offer from the Seminoles.
“It was great,” Harris said. “They offered me.”
The Sunshine State defender was offered by the coach at the top of the Florida State staff.
“Coach Fisher,” Harris said. “He said he would love to have me there and they will do everything he can to get me there.”
During the visit Harris also had the opportunity to sit and speak with defensive ends coach Sal Sunseri.
“He really knows what he is talking about,” Harris said. “He has coached some great player but he said I have great hand technique and take off.”
During his time in Tallahassee on Saturday, Harris had an opportunity to learn more about Florida State’s program, tour their facilities, see a 3-D highlight, and more. He shared what stood out the most about the Seminoles at the end of the visit.
“Their weight room and coaching staff,” Harris said.
Harris was accompanied on the visit by his father.
As a junior, Harris recorded 50 tackles and 11 sacks.