Utah State has received a verbal commitment from University of Colorado transfer cornerback Simeon Harris. Harris made his official visit to campus over the weekend of April 28th. Harris is a 6-foot 170-pound sophomore, who will join the Aggies in June for summer workouts. He has three seasons of eligibility remaining with a redshirt season still remaining if he ever needs it. During his lone season at Colorado, he saw action in 6 games and recorded 21 tackles. According to 247sports, coming out of Benicia High (CA), Harris was rated as the 1137th-best overall player nationally, the 87th-best cornerback in the country, and the 82nd-best high school player in the State of California. He is the second transfer portal signing of the offseason, joining former Arizona State offensive tackle Ralph Frias. At the time of his commitment, Harris had received offers from Ball State, Nevada, Northern Arizona, Southern Illinois, Tennessee-Martin, and UC-Davis. Coming out of high school Harris held offers from Air Force, Colorado, Colorado State, Fresno State, and Utah State. I expect him to come in and compete immediately at the nickel cornerback position.