The 6'1 180-pound defensive back landed 10 spots inside the ESPN 300 a few weeks ago.
White remains committed to Florida State but Alabama, Tennessee, Minnesota are among the teams still vying for his services. The defensive back had three interceptions, 39 tackles, and nine pass break-ups for the Cougars this past season.
As for Harris, the Bulldogs are the second school to offer the quarterback. Clark Atlanta University was the first college.
Coach Stewart says Harris is expected to take an official visit to The Citadel soon. Also, others with "heavy interest and expected to offer" are Southern Illinois, Alabama State, UAB, Texas State and Alabama A&M.
In 2012, Harris accounted for nearly 3,000 yards and 29 total touchdowns as the Cougars went 5-5.