While recruiting in The Bayou State this week, Texas Longhorns cornerbacks coach Jason Washington came across New Orleans Landry-Walker product Corione Harris and the Kansas Jayhawks commit reported his latest offer on Wednesday night.
A four-star prospect, Harris committed to David Beaty’s Jayhawks on February 4 and is one of four Louisiana products currently committed to Kansas, largely due to Beaty’s addition of former Warren Easton offensive coordinator Tony Hull.
Though he’s committed to Kansas, Harris is seeing no shortage of high-major interest in his recruitment with programs such as LSU, Auburn, Florida, Oklahoma, West Virginia and Texas A&M all vying for his services.
Tom Herman’s Longhorns now join that bunch.
At 5’11.5, 165 pounds, Harris ranks as the nation’s No. 236 player, No. 23 cornerback and the No. 9 player in Louisiana, per 247Sports Composite.