Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL
EARLY ENROLLEE
CB

Deuce Harmon

Cornerback
5′10″ / 185 lbs
Denton, TX
Guyer
Class of 2021
Rating: 92
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National Avg
Rating: 90.5
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Texas A&M
Committed
5/28/2020
Notre Dame
None
Arkansas
None
Baylor
None
California
None
Houston
None
Illinois State
None
Kansas
None
Kansas State
None
Memphis
None
Mississippi State
None
North Texas
None
Oklahoma State
None
Ole Miss
None
Oregon
None
SMU
None
TCU
None
Texas Tech
None
USC
None
Virginia Tech
None
Washington State
None
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Staff Predictions

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Confidence
Prediction
Name & Date
Matt Freeman
on May 28, 2020

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1 mo ago by Matt Freeman
Top 2021 CB off the board
2021 Guyer (Texas) four-star CB Deuce Harmon has committed to Texas A&M over Notre Dame, Oregon and Texas. Harmon had Notre Dame high on his list early in the spring and had set a visit for the first weekend of April. When that visit was canceled any hope of the Irish pulling off an upset quickly dissolved and the Aggies started trending. Notre Dame is still in good shape to land a solid CB class as the Irish are trending with Ryan Barnes and California four-star Ceyair Wright holds the program in high regard. I also would expect Notre Dame's staff to remain in contact with Harmon in hopes they might get him to campus if the NCAA decides to ever allow prospects to take visits.
1 mo ago by Matt Freeman
A few notes on two 2021 CBs
On a couple of cornerbacks: Checked in with a source and Deuce Harmon seems to be all but gone for the Irish at this point. Texas has been making a significant push at the four-star prospect, but Texas A&M remains the team to beat in this one. As it relates to Notre Dame, Harmon was supposed to be on campus for an unofficial visit in April, which would have likely led to an official visit later. That hurt as he's a kid who needed to visit campus and one Notre Dame needed to show how the program is different than those in Texas. Whether you believe Harmon not making it to campus is on the staff or the pandemic is up to you, but to pull a top kid out of Texas, you need to get him on campus and that doesn't look like it will happen here.Losing out here definitely hurts Notre Dame in terms of a quality player going somewhere else, but the addition of Philip Riley eases that pain, especially with Ryan Barnes trending to Notre Dame. If the Irish can lock down Barnes and say, Ceyair Wright, then I think that's a wash. I'd expect a decision in the next few weeks or potentially June/July for Harmon, but no date has been set as of now.--- When it comes to Dreyden Norwood, a source says it looks like he's focused on Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas A&M. Been trying to find out just how hard Notre Dame is pushing, but can't seem to find a concrete answer. My guess is Riley, Barnes and Wright might be that top group the Irish are looking at right now. We'll see. ---I believe 2021 Ryan Barnes would be Notre Dame's lowest-ranked commit if he joined the class, but I'm not too sure people would be upset about it. I'm told Barnes has remained in good contact with Notre Dame and the Irish very well could be his leader at this point. Clemson is a school, who has recruited him hard and he's seen Clemson, so it's not as if Notre Dame randomly found a low-rated three-star kid and we're hyping him up. I do believe Barnes would be a kid Notre Dame would feel comfortable letting commit similar to Jason Oyne and Philip Riley despite not being on campus for a recruiting visit. Barnes has family in the area, so he's been to Notre Dame's campus before, but hasn't seen all the bells and whistles. That's something in Notre Dame's favor as he knows what he'd be getting into in terms of location and campus.
2 mo ago by Matt Freeman
Notre Dame Working on Talented Defensive Back Haul in 2021
Notre Dame has two defensive back commitments in 2021 and will look to finish the cycle strong.
3 mo ago by Matt Freeman
Top 2021 CB releases Top 10
2021 Guyer (Texas) cornerback Deuce Harmon dropped his Top 10 on Monday afternoon and the Fighting Irish have made the cut. The four-star prospect is down to Baylor, Mississippi State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, Oregon, SMU, TCU, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and USC. Harmon was set to visit Notre Dame the first week of April, but had to cancel due to the coronavirus pandemic. We feel Texas A&M hold a lead right now and it will be telling if Harmon can get another visit set to Notre Dame. The sooner the better in this case. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/9394152/5dffe50364ea160a0c65ffaa
3 mo ago by Matt Freeman
Heat Check | Defense 2021
The latest on Notre Dame's 2021 offers on the defensive side of the ball.
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2019
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9 2 45
2018
SO
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