Weekly recruiting roundup
The Terps are joined on Harris’ 11-team list by Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Louisville, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, St. John’s, Syracuse, Tennessee, UConn and West Virginia.
With the in-home visits complete, scheduling five official trips is next on the agenda for the five-star power forward.
Prior to his visit with Maryland, Harris told Rivals.com that all of his visits have been productive and that he will spend a couple of days thinking it over and then cut his list to five schools.
• Maryland is one of six schools on St. Anthony (N.J.) forward Devon Collier’s list.
“The schools recruiting him right now are Seton Hall, St. John’s, Rutgers, Providence, Oregon State and Maryland,” said Adam Berkowitz of New Heights.
According to his coach, USC remains out front because they’ve been with Harris from the start. “They made him an early offer and they’ve done a great job of winning over the parents,” said Heath Vandevender.
The 6-foot-4-inch, 195-pound senior guard from Wisconsin took his official visit to the Evanston campus last weekend, and he said he plans to choose among Northwestern, Wisconsin, Northern Iowa and Creighton.
“The visit went real well,” Gibbs said by text. “I was able to sit down with Coach Williams and all of the assistant coaches and talk about my future if I were to come to Maryland and then we took a tour around the campus and met with the academic director and later on in the night we went to the football game with the players.”
"The top three I'm looking at are Maryland, Illinois and Ball State," Morris said. "Maryland is my favorite. Their coaching staff is real nice. I have a lot of family down there. They say a lot of good things about the school."
But as the standout wide receiver hobbled into the end zone after the catch, it was clear something was wrong. Belt collapsed in the end zone with an injured left knee. He had to be helped off the field and spent the rest of the game on the sideline.
So, on Friday, hours before he would rush for 204 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 10 carries, Zwinak chose Penn State over his second choice, Virginia Tech.