It’s probably safe to say that 2017 recruit Juan Harris is no longer in the good graces of Iowa Hawkeyes fans, after the two-star defensive tackle announced he would be decommiting from the program for a third time.
Harris originally committed to the Hawkeyes in December of 2014.
He later reneged on the offer a few weeks later and announced a top three of Alabama, Ohio State and Oregon. However, Harris then committed to the Hawkeyes once again in January.
Then, the wild recruiting path continued.
Harris once again decommitted over the summer, before once again telling Kirk Ferentz’s program it would be his home. Now, Harris is decommitting in what could be the third and final time.
In-state DT Juan Harris announces on Twitter that he has De-Committed from the Hawkeyes. pic.twitter.com/6G3sPtQEFU
— Rob Howe (@RobHoweHN) June 15, 2016
There is no word on where the 6-foot-3, 360-pound defensive tackle could commit next, but when he makes an announcement you should take it with a grain of salt until his National Letter of Intent is signed.
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