Just days before the Central Michigan football squad takes the field against Rhode Island, John Bonamego and the Chippewa coaching staff have added a solid piece for the future.
Committing to CMU over Air Force and others on Saturday, Randall Harris, a class of 2018 two-star cornerback from Walled Lake Western (Mich.), announced via his Twitter page that he’s now verbally committed to Bonamego and crew.
“I’ve wanted to play CMU football ever since I entered high school,” the 6-foot, 185-pound Harris told MAC Prospectus. “I loved watching the team and the coaches on TV. When I went on my visit there, I felt comfortable and it felt like home. Talking to Coach Collins and getting to know him is a huge factor to why I chose Central. He’s an amazing coach and I know he will turn me into an even greater player. Also, talking to (Bonamego) made me feel like I was part of the family.
Last but not least, it’s one of the only schools in Michigan that offers an astronomy program, which is what I want to major in.”
“Choosing CMU was easy. I can’t wait to be apart of something special next yea,” Harris added.
According to the 247Sports Composite, Harris, CMU’s 13th verbal commitment of the 2018 recruiting cycle, is currently considered the 231st cornerback, and 2,452nd overall prospect in the country.