It’s a question seven schools in particular would love to know the answer to. Hardman Jr. took to Twitter and announced a final list of schools he’s considering. The Georgia native has narrowed his focus down to Ohio State, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Michigan, Alabama, and Clemson.
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Considered the No. 11 player in the country by Rivals.com, the 5-star prospect stars on both side of the ball for his high school program.
Hardman Jr. is dynamic as a rusher, receiver, and returner. There’s no question he will be given the opportunity to impact on special teams. However, his best position longterm could ultimately be at corner.
The 5’10", 171-pound athlete has visited both Michigan and Ohio State officially. He will take a trip to Tuscaloosa to check out Alabama on Jan. 22. Hardman Jr. could opt to visit another school officially on Jan. 29 — the last weekend before National Signing Day on Feb. 3.