Brandon Harris found his new home.
North Carolina landed a commitment from former LSU quarterback Brandon Harris. Although he had scheduled visits to a few other programs, including Texas, Harris felt comfortable with the Tar Heels.
In an interview with FOX Sports‘ Bruce Feldman, Harris said that UNC has a good shot to land him straight away if his visit went well -- apparently it did.
Harris released the following statement about his commitment.
It will be quite the change for Harris, who played for three years in the inept LSU offense run by Les Miles and company. Under head coach Larry Fedora, the Tar Heels' offense has exploded in recent years, and quarterbacks have had success -- just look at Mitch Trubisky, who could go early in the first round of the NFL Draft.
Harris found limited success at LSU, where he threw for 2,756 yards, 20 touchdowns and 10 interceptions in 22 games during his three-year stint with the Tigers.