Knijeah Harris is a notable recruit and has set his commitment announcement for noon on Saturday, and 3 SEC teams are in the mix.

Harris, who is a 4-star interior offensive lineman recruit, Bradenton, Florida (IMG Academy), is listed at 6-foot-3 and 335 pounds. He is rated as the No. 18 recruit at his position, and the No. 57 player in the state of Florida, according to the 247Sports Composite. The finalists are Alabama, Florida, Miami, Oklahoma and Texas A&M.

Here’s his scouting report from 247Sports:

A big, burly interior offensive line prospect whose strengths seem fit for a power-based rushing attack. Has already logged plenty of miles on the odometer having started as a freshman at St. Lucie West Centennial before occupying the starting left guard spot at IMG Academy as both a sophomore and junior. At his best when he can shoot out of his stance and get into pull-blocking duties. Effective at hitting targets on the move and is a rather aggressive drive blocker. Hasn’t really been asked to pass protect all that much the past two seasons, but understands how to set up for combat and can win with a somewhat accurate punch. Top-heavy, but carries 335 pounds better than most people that are 6-foot-3. However, weight management will be something to monitor down the line. Likely to thrive in a pin-and-pull blocking scheme, but could also find success in more of a zone-based system given how he moves. Might be able to add some value as a possible center if he masters how to snap the ball. Should be viewed as a potential multi-year starter on the inside for a Power Five program. Will need some time to reshape the body once enrolled at the college of his choice, but has already shown that he can open up running lanes on a consistent basis while facing top high school competition every other week.

Here are his highlights from Hudl: