Juan Harris appears to be a Hoosier once again.
The four-star defensive tackle from Wisconsin extended a verbal pledge to Indiana on Thursday after decommitting last month. Harris also committed and decommitted from Iowa three times before initially pledging to IU in July.
“The school I will be signing with and will be attending next semester is Indiana University,” Harris wrote in a message posted to his Twitter account. “After visiting Indiana with a clear mind. Things went 10x better then (sic) before. Indiana is my 2nd home and that what matter the most… #GoHoosiers.”
247 Sports considers Harris a four-star prospect and the No. 21 ranked player at his position in the 2017 class. Harris cited personal and family issues when he decommitted for IU on Oct. 16, then returned to Bloomington two weeks ago for an unofficial visit during IU’s game against Penn State.
Harris, a 6-foot-4, 368-pound prospect, is the 15th member of a recruiting class that includes five other players projected to play along the defensive line.
“I am all in 100%,” Harris tweeted.
Kevin Wilson has not yet authored his customary “#BOOM” tweet to confirm the commitment.