The commitments continue to roll in for the Flames as head coach Hugh Freeze and his staff have picked up a commitment from Class of 2022 cornerback Christian Harrison. Harrison is the fourth commitment for Liberty in the last 24 hours and the sixth since Friday.
Harrison is a 6’1″, 180 pound defensive back from Woodward Academy and Atlanta, Georgia. He also had offers from Air Force, Marshall, and several FCS schools. He took a visit to Kansas State in June but did not pick up an offer from the Wildcats.
Harrison is the son of former NFL safety Rodney Harrison who spent several seasons with both the Chargers and Patriots. He joins CB Antwon Jackson and OL Ryan Gunter who have announced their commitments on Tuesday. The Flames picked up a commitment on Monday from Auburn transfer defensive tackle Jay Hardy. Liberty also picked up commitments over the weekend from safeties Akhori Jones and Brylan Green.
— Christian Harrison ✞ (@ChrisHarrisonI) July 27, 2021