Competitors and claimants: Five-star Nicholas Harbor is the name of his top seven

Five-star Nicholas Harbor named its top seven schools on Saturday evening. Georgia, LSU, Maryland, Miami, Michigan, South Carolina and USC Washington (DC) Archbishop Carroll have cut out for track superstars.

Find out which programs are the real competitors and which are the pretenders in the recruitment of Harbor

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Competitors

USC and Michigan have been doing very well with Harbor recently. His USC visit has had a big impact and the Trojans now have a firm foothold. Michigan has always been a big school for Harbor because his mother is a big fan of the program. Everyone had a good time when they visited this past fall for a game.

They were in South Carolina Harbor early in the process and they did not give up. His visit to the campus made a lasting impression, and Gamecocks built a strong bond with Harbor and his family while he was there. Expect him to return for a visit sometime before the season.

A big school for LSU Harbor because of his relationship with defensive line coach Jamar Kane. Harbor first met coach Kane while he was in Oklahoma and they really hit it off. On top of that, Harbor is very familiar with the LSU Track program and is expected to be a major factor in its hiring.

She has been to the Maryland campus near Harbor countless times and is closer to that program than any of her shortlists. He has a lot of connections with the team and the school, but Terpos is still holding his job for them if they hope to keep pace.

Pretender

Do Miami and Georgia have two things in common? No one has yet hosted the harbor for a visit. With a new coaching staff in Miami and a new location coach in Chidera Uzo-Diribe Georgia, Harbor is building a new relationship and both should bring him to campus in the next few months. Harbor is not in a hurry to make his decision so there should be time for both of them to take action, but if they hope to move up his list, they should get to see him.

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