The Star Times pick totaled 1,480 all-purpose yards and caught five touchdowns his junior season.
Tre’Shaun Harrison shutdown his recruiting trail Tuesday. The Garfield wide receiver announced via his Twitter account he committed to Oregon for the Class of 2018.
“After having a conversation with my family I have decided to shut down my recruiting and Commit to The University of Oregon,” Harrison wrote in the post.
— Tre’Shaun Harrison (@Treshaunn__) June 27, 2017
Harrison, who’s 6-foot-2 and 190-pounds, is ranked No. 2 in the state, according to Scout and ESPN. The four-star athlete is a top-20 prospect in the nation by multiple recruiting sites, receiving scholarship offers from 12 different programs. The decision was a choice of Oregon, UCLA, USC, Washington, Utah or Michigan.
“I choose Oregon because I felt it would fit me best,” Harrison wrote in a Twitter direct message. “The staff (is) very cool, I liked the vibe there and the facility was very nice.”
Named Offensive Player of the Year for the Metro League’s Valley Division, Harrison had 1,480 all-purpose yards last season. He caught five touchdowns as the Star Times pick helped Garfield to its best season in decades.
Oregon now has 15 hard commitments for 2018, ranking the Ducks first in the Pac-12 Conference for recruiting and fifth in the country, according to 247Sports.