One of the top in-state prospects in the 2020 recruiting class will be in Tucson this weekend, a good sign for Arizona's goal of keeping the best local talent close to home.
Jason Harris, a 4-star defensive end from Higley High School on the southeast side of the Phoenix area, will be taking an official visit on June 21.
Harris, who is listed at 6-foot-7 and 220 pounds, is rated by 247Sports as the No. 137 player in the Class of 2020 as well as the seventh-best weak-side DE and the No. 6 prospect from Arizona.
The Wildcats are one of 23 schools to offer Harris, with Penn State the most recent to extend one. He's referring made unofficial visits to Oregon, Texas A&M and UCLA.
Harris is the younger brother of Arizona defensive end Jalen Harris and the son of former Arizona football captain Sean Harris, who played at the UA from 1991-94 and later in the NFL for seven seasons. His mother, Cha-Ron, played basketball at the UA from 1996-98.
Jason also plays basketball and 247Sports ranks him as the No. 137 player in that regard.
Arizona's 2020 class currently features four commitments, none on the defensive line.