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Posted On: 08/19/20 11:19 AM

July’s decision by the New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA) to postpone the start of the high school football season until early March presents FBS prospects such as Clovis quarterback Chance HarrisChanceHarris6'0" | QBClovis | 2021StateNM, who has verbally committed to Colorado State, with a dilemma.

Should he graduate  a semester early and sign his scholarship papers during the early signing period in December before joining the CSU program in January (as perhaps he originally intended to do) or stay loyal to the Wildcats and complete his high school career in the spring before eventually moving to Fort Collins, CO?

In Part II of our interview with Harris, we inquired about his spring plans, his thoughts on Clovis’ prospects and his verbal commitment to Colorado State:

Q: What is your reaction to the NMAA moving the high school football season to the spring?

A: It’s very frustrating that the season got pushed back to the spring. It’s very unfair for those guys who want to graduate early and get to their colleges in time for spring ball. Instead,  they now have to wait for the Governor to make a last minute decision and have to worry about what to do.

Q: What are

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