UCF’s three-day team camp concluded Saturday morning.
Nine high school squads participated in the full-contact event and select players received scholarship offers from the Knights following strong performances.
One player that received a verbal offer during the camp was MiamiBooker T. Washingtonjunior quarterback Treon Harris, who was arguably the top signal caller of a group that included
Seffner Armwood’s Darryl Richardson and Orange Park Oakleaf’s Austin Chipoletti.
Harris (5-11, 180), the son ofBooker T. Washingtonhead coach Tim “Ice” Harris, dominated Thursday through Saturday, making plays with his arm and his feet.
“I did very good, but I’m trying to get better every day,” Harris said. “I sit in the pocket well, I can throw well, run well. I got it all.”
UCF joins Florida State, Miami, USF, FIU, Ole Miss and Illinois as the teams that have offered the class of 2014 quarterback.
“It feels good, but I’m not going to get big headed,” Harris said of his offers.
Harris did not list any favorites and said he hasn’t focused much on recruiting up to this point.
“It’s early right now,” Harris said. “It’s not even on my mind.”
The Knights also offered Orange Park Ridgeview senior offensive lineman Ramsey Meyers (6-3, 290) a scholarship after the camp, but he committed to Kentucky later Saturday evening.
“It might be by the end of this week,” Meyers said of potentially pledging to the Wildcats earlier on Saturday.
When asked what a scholarship from the Knights would mean for his recruitment, Meyers said: “I really like Kentucky a lot. I’d really appreciate the [UCF] offer but…” before trailing off.
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