Five Star Nyckoles Harbor Visit Virginia Football


One of the best football players from the Class of 2023 is in Charlottesville this weekend to visit the Virginia football program. Five-star rookie Nyckoles Harbour, ranked the No. 1 athlete in the nation by 247Sports Composite, visited Tony Elliott and the Cavaliers on Saturday.

At 6’5″, 225 pounds, Harbor has the body to be a tight end on offense or a rusher or linebacker on defense. Harbor, who plays for Archbishop Carroll in Washington DC, is ranked the No. DC zone and the No. 12 overall player in the class of 2023.

Harbor is also a talented sprinter, posting a 10.29 second sprint over 100 meters and a 20.79 second sprint over 200 m. With these times, Harbor could seriously consider a professional career on the track rather than the football field.

Harbor is one of the nation’s most sought-after recruits and currently holds more than 40 offers from top college football programs in the nation, including Alabama, Michigan, Oklahoma, Oregon, Penn State, South Carolina, USC, Clemson, Maryland, and many others.

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Harbor is the second five-star prospect to visit Virginia football this spring, joining superstar quarterback Arch Manning, who visited UVA in early April.

Much like the situation with Manning, Virginia’s chances of landing a player of Harbor’s caliber are long, but it’s a significant win for Tony Elliott and the UVA coaching staff to have Harbor in town for a visit and have the five-star rookie take pictures. in cavalry uniform.

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