Harris has an offer and can commit to Alabama per their OC. He does not have to attend camp at Alabama to receive a scholarship to the University of Alabama. See how it works with alot of schools is they come watch him during SPRING PRACTICE. Then they sit down with the kid and interview him. Go through film with him. The OC, who is the guy that like, works with the quarterbacks forms an opinion watching him go through a workout during SPRING PRACTICE. They then offer without the kid having to go to some BS camp that is a money maker for the school.
I understand you are upset, but there are a lot of reasons for LSU not offering at this time. A lot has to do with the seriousness they take with Louisiana offers. You can't just throw them around with in state kids, because those kids might actually jump all over the offer. If it's not commitable, then you've got a lot of burnt bridges.
We, as well as other schools, have the advantage to offer out of state kids and then claim it's not commitable when he tries to commit.
So, it's not a bad thing LSU wants to see him in person. They have a legitimate interest in him, but CC prefers to see his qb in a camp setting. It has nothing to do with money (Which I'm sure they could get waived).
ETA: I'd also like to say congrats to the kid for getting all these offers. Hopefully things work out and he and LSU make things happen. We'll see.
This post was edited on 5/6 at 2:42 pm