Tre’Shaun Harrison, a four-star wide receiver prospect, has committed to the Florida State Seminoles. It was his mother, however, who stole the show.
About to make his announcement on National Signing Day, Harrison’s mother — escorted by cheerleaders because why not — came out through the crowd like a pro wrestler, doing the tomahawk chop in the process.
This is why we need more pro wrestling in our sports. Heck, following that performance, I’m a little disappointed Harrison nor his mother cut a shoot-promo about the ACC.
It is worth noting that Harrison was committed to new Florida State coach Willie Taggart when he was still manning the helm for the Oregon Ducks. When the coach left, so did Harrison’s commitment, so him following Taggart to the Seminoles isn’t exactly a shocker.
The 6-foot-2, 190-pound future pass-catcher, out of Seattle, Washington, made his announcement in a ceremony at Garfield High School.
The four-star will chose FSU over offers from Oregon, Tennessee and Utah. He visited all four schools over the last month, with Oregon and Florida State the last two trips.
247Sports has him ranked as the No. 2 prospect coming out of Washington and the 161st best player in the recruiting class.