Garfield HS standout wide receiver signs to play football at Florida State
SEATTLE – Garfield High School senior Tre’Shaun Harrison signed to play football at Florida State University on Wednesday.
“A dream come true,” said Harrison on Wednesday. “Just a feeling of me, knowing that I’m going to go to graduate, and also do the thing that I love at the same time, felt amazing.”
Harrison chose FSU over Oregon, the University of Tennessee, and the University of Utah.
Wednesday was National Signing Day, the deadline for high school senior athletes to announce their intentions for the fall season.
Harrison, who ESPN ranks as a 4-star athlete and the #2 high school football player from Washington state, was joined by his mother, Louverta Harrison at the Garfield High School ceremony.
“I’m so proud of him. And he’s always been a role model to the other kids. They look up to him,” said Louverta Harrison, who raised six kids on her own.
Tre'Shaun Harrison, who is designated as an ‘athlete’ by recruiting websites, says he intends to play wide receiver for FSU head coach Willie Taggart.
“I’ve been doubted all my life so I feel like I can do it,” said Tre'Shaun Harrison, wearing an FSU hat after his announcement ceremony. “I have faith in myself and I know my family has faith in me.”