Three-star offensive tackle recruit Sean Harlow currently has six Pac-12 offers, but none of them are from his home state in California. In any case, the OT is one of the top 40 recruits at his position in the 2013 recruiting class and is also one of the top 35th recruits in the state of California.
Sean Harlow visited the Oregon Ducks on the 17th of March, and he then took another unofficial visit in the state of Oregon; but this time it was in Corvallis in a visit to the Oregon State Beavers campus. And just a day after that, Harlow received an offer from the Washington State Cougars.
He currently has offers from Boise State, Washington, Colorado, and Oregon State in addition to the offers from the Ducks and the Cougars. Sean Harlow is a top 375 recruit overall and weighs in at 260 pounds (6’5″). Ideally, teams will deploy him as a tackle with run blocking being his forte.
The Oregon Ducks are the front-runners in the race for the steady offensive lineman, and Sean Harlow loved both of his visits to the schools in Oregon. He will ultimately pick the bigger school, and I do want to say one thing with regards to USC’s interest. They are the only in-state school with interest in Sean Harlow, but don’t expect them to land the recruit. They have already added many offensive line recruits in the past two years, so the OL is not a position of need for the Trojans.
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