Harding started at wide receiver as a sophomore at Edmond Santa Fe, but was primarily used on defense last season, when the Wolves won their district championship and went 10-2.
He made 71 tackles and three interceptions during the Wolves' impressive run.
This year, he expects to play more at receiver in addition to his big role on defense. He's also the backup to the Wolves' standout quarterback, Justice Hansen.
“We have high hopes for the season,” Harding said. “We're trying to get to that gold ball.”
He said he hasn't visited Arkansas since committing on June 8, and isn't sure when he'll take an official visit to campus in Fayetteville.
One thing Harding won't do yet is close the door on any other possibilities. He's got nine more offers — from Arkansas State, Colorado State, Houston, Indiana, Iowa State, Kansas State, Memphis, Oregon State and Wyoming.
“I still want to go see other schools and see what they have to offer,” Harding said.