Former FSU wide receiver transfers to Oregon State

Earlier in January, The Oregonian reported that former Florida State wide receiver Tre’Shaun Harrison had visited Oregon State with his mother. Now, it’s basically official that he’ll be transferring closer to home.

Andrew Nemec of The Oregonian wrote Thursday that Harrison had been added to Oregon State’s student directory, meaning he’s registered for classes in Corvallis.

This move was pretty much expected following his visit to Oregon State. He gets the opportunity to continue playing power-five football while being closer to his home state of Washington. A Seattle native, once Willie Taggart was fired in Tallahassee, it basically signaled the end of his time at Florida State.

Harrison signed with the Seminoles mainly due to his relationship with Taggart, who he also committed to when the current Florida Atlantic head coach was at Oregon. He was rated as the second-highest wide receiver signee in #Tribe18 behind Warren Thompson.

The 6-foot-2, 191-pound wideout finishes his time in garnet and gold with 37 catches for 355 yards and three touchdowns. It’s expected that Harrison will not be eligible to play during the 2020-21 season due to NCAA transfer rules.

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