In the 100 days leading up to signing day 2015, RecruitingNation will looking back at our ESPN recruiting rankings from 2006 to the present and count down the best player of the past 10 years at each ranking position, No. 100 to No. 1.
Brandon Harris, No. 28 in 2008 class
Harris picked Miami on national signing day over Florida, Ohio State and UCF after making official visits to all four universities. He was a member of the Hurricanes' No. 1-ranked class in 2008 that included Arthur Brown, Travis Benjamin, Ramon Buchanan, Marcus Fortson, Jacory Harris, Sean Spence, Davon Johnson, Tommy Streeter and Brandon Washington.
Harris was an impact player as a true freshman for the Hurricanes in 2008 playing in 13 games with six starts. He totaled 30 tackles and an interception in his first season in Coral Gables.
In 2009, Harris became one of the top cornerbacks in college football after recording 55 tackles and two interceptions. He was selected to the All-ACC first team and received various All-American honors.
Harris would again receive All-ACC honors (second team) following his junior campaign. He totaled 44 tackles and a third career interception in 2010.
Following his junior season, Harris announced that he would forgo his final season of eligibility and enter the NFL draft. He left Miami having played in 39 games in three seasons, including 32 starts. He made 129 career tackles and three interceptions.
Harris was selected in the second round, No. 60, in the 2011 NFL draft by the Houston Texas. He just finished his fourth season in the NFL and his first with the Tennessee Titans.
Honorable mention: Josh Oglesby, No. 28 in 2007 class. Oglesby signed with Wisconsin following a standout prep career at St. Francis High School outside Milwaukee. Despite six knee surgeries that ended a potential NFL career, having failed 31 of 32 NFL team physicals, the 6-foot-7, 330-pound offensive tackle appeared in 41 games, including 28 starts despite constantly battling knee issues. He was All-Big Ten first team following his senior season in 2011.