imagesCAGFXU7AClass of 2013 athlete Audrex Harris of Virginia Beach (Va.) Princes Anne High School has seen his interest take off over the summer months.

The talented 6-foot-1, 178 pound cornerback has received interest from programs like Virginia Tech, Virginia, Marshall, and East Carolina. Audrex currently holds one offer from James Madison.

Harris is looking for his next offer, West Virginia. He has built a solid relationship with Coach Roberts, and that's something we talked about when we had the chance to speak with Audrex about his recruitment.


EER: Can you describe your relationship with Coach Roberts? What kinda feel you have for him?

Harris: Man I really bonded with Coach Roberts. He was everything I want in a coach and even in a person to teach me life.


EER: You've visited JMU and VT, have you made a visit to WVU? If not, do you plan on making a trip to Motown?

Harris: I want to make a visit to WVU or even just go to a game. I hear they're playing at Fed Ex Field, so I might catch that. Yeah, I wanna visit Motown. It seem fun, the atmosphere is great and exciting.


EER: From the looks of your tape, you like to come up and hit people in the mouth. Tell me a little about the style you play with at the CB position?

Harris: My style at corner was really raw. I wanted to show everyone I wasn't like any corner in high school and I wanted to be that lockdown corner. I wanted to hit people and just wanted to leave my mark. At the end of the season I think I did that finishing up with 50 tackles and only gaving up one TD in man coverage. I took the same pride playing running back. I was trying to let people know that I was the show so come and watch me! I was going shake you, run you over, smack you or lock you down.


EER: What schools are you hearing from most?

Harris: I havent really heard from any schools lately, so ive just been trying get focused on the season, and thats all I want to do anyway.The schools I've heard from the most are WVU, Marshall, Virginia Tech and UNC.


EER: Whats your goals and plans moving forward?

Harris: My goal for the season is to dominate, nothing more nothing less. If I don't dominate then I didn't do what I wanted to do. I was brought up if you don't do what you want to do in football, then why are you playing? You have to control over it.


We wish Audrex the best of luck moving forward in his recruitment, and during his senior season. EERinsider.com will keep you posted on the progress of Harris, and his season.

The staff would like to thank Audrex for taking the time to talk with us.