OT target Harrison: My visit to USC was amazing, I can’t wait to go back
Alex Harrison uses the nickname “Big Al” on his social media accounts and for good reason. It’s because he stands at 6-feet-5 inches and weighs in at about 275-pounds.
Tthe product of Viewmont HS in Bountiful, Utah isn’t just big. He’s also quite the football player.
The rising senior offensive tackle already holds scholarship offers from Oregon, USC, Utah and Utah State. And those scholarship offers came in well before the start of the 2019 spring evaluation period.
USC recognized Harrison’s talent early on and offered him a scholarship back in February. This past weekend, the Trojan coaches also hosted him during their annual junior day.
Harrison gave his trip to USC rave reviews.
“It went amazing,” Harrison told USC247.com when asked about is time on USC’s campus. “It was my first trip out there to the school and my first time on campus. It was beautiful weather and the facilities were absolutely stunning, It was really cool to talk to the alumni and hear their stories and meet some really cool people. Overall it was an amazing experience and I can’t wait to go back.”