Football recruiting: Centerville freshman-to-be already on college radars, including Ohio State

While another big group of rising senior football players look to improve their college football stocks this summer, a freshman-to-be is also making a name for himself. 

Chase Harrison hasn’t played a high school game yet, but he already has his first college scholarship offer. 

That came last week from Louisville, and it does not seem like it will be the last. 

His father, Michael, told Cox Media Group Ohio the 2022 prospect plans visit Ohio State on Tuesday. 

He will visit Toledo on Friday and has a visit to Penn State planned for Monday. 

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Harrison already attended a quarterbacks camp at North Carolina last weekend, so it is safe to say he is already on the radar beyond the Midwest. 

And if you are curious to see what he looks like, he already has a highlight tape, too. 

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