The Chippewas landed their sixth recruit Tuesday night. Tee'Ondre Harvey visited Central Michigan this past Sunday and received a scholarship offer. Harvey wasted no time as he announced his commitment over the phone Tuesday to head coach John Bonamego. Central Michigan was Harvey's first division one offer, but was reportedly talking to Bowling Green, Western Michigan, and Cincinnati.
Tee'Ondre Harvey was kind enough to catch up with Hustle Belt and explain why Central Michigan was the perfect spot for him.
"Central Michigan is home for me," Harvey told Hustle Belt. "I feel comfortable around all the coaches and [Central Michigan] offers strongly in academics."
The 6-foot-1 172 pound athlete played wide receiver and safety for Mumford High School in Detroit, Michigan, but reportedly will play defensive back for the Chippewas. Harvey's explosiveness and elusiveness will help him in his transition to the college game.
Harvey is the Chippewa's second defensive back to join Central Michigan in its 2016 class, joining Jakkar Jackson. Hopefully these two defensive backs can help keep the Chippewa's defense at the top of the MAC for future years to come along with recent commit defensive end Leon Page.
Tee'Ondre Harvey is a very explosive athlete, watch the video below to see some of his highlights at Mumford High School, courtesy of Hudl: