Washington (D.C.) Archbishop Carroll four-star offensive tackle Anton Harrison hopes to make a Clemson visit happen on Sept. 9, when the Tigers host Auburn for a big early season showdown.
Archbishop Carroll just so happens to play Franklin Christian Academy in Rock Hill, S.C., that day, and Harrison would love to make his way to Clemson for the game.
“After our third game of the season I might be visiting Clemson again because we play in South Carolina,” Harrison told TCI. “I’m really hoping I get to visit Clemson, especially against Auburn.”
Harrison (6-5, 270) is a highly regarded sophomore prospect in the class of 2020 who is nearing double-digit scholarship offers already.
Harrison is on Clemson’s radar and has visited the school a couple of times. He attended the Orange & White spring game in April before returning to compete at the Dabo Swinney Camp in June.
An offer from Clemson is on his wish list.
“I like how they do things, and I really like Clemson,” Harrison said. “It would mean a lot.”
Harrison currently holds offers from East Carolina, Kentucky, Maryland, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Virginia and Wake Forest, with more surely on the way.
There’s a lot Harrison feels he can bring to the table for a college program in the future.
“I can bring an athletic tackle that can move and move people, can pull and do it all,” he said. “And a long-snapper and field goal (protection) too.”
Harrison was named a freshman All-American by MaxPreps after last season.
He is ranked by 247Sports as the No. 10 offensive tackle and No. 104 overall prospect in the class of 2020.
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