"This is actually my first time out-of-state," Harris said. "I'm looking for a good environment. Since I'll be feeling homesick, I want a place that's just like home a little bit."
However, the 6-2, 210-pound junior linebacker said distance from home is not a factor in determining his college destination. "I want to find a good place," he said. "They also have to have good academics because I take that seriously. If I don't succeed in football because of something small, like an injury or anything, I can take my academics and make a big career out of it."
The Hillsborough High standout said the camp was a good learning experience that will help him improve his game. "I thought I did very well," Harris said. "The camp was fun--a lot of competition was out there. I was trying to do my best and get better."
"I learned a few things," he added. "Like in pass rushing, I learned a few tips on what to do to get past running backs, mainly running backs, but also it would help getting past the linemen to get to the quarterback."
Harris also said he got a couple pointers from defensive coordinator Ted Roof on what to do in pass coverage.
Harris said he plans on coming back to Auburn and getting more familiar with the coaches. "It's satisfying right now," said Harris of his first experience in Auburn. "They've moved up in my ranks."