As one of the top players in Georgia this year, the 6-2, 223 running back/linebacker from Heritage High has been on the rise since a strong summer camp circuit. While making the rounds he made a name for himself and ultimately came away impressed by several of those schools.
One of which was the Auburn Tigers. After checking them out at a camp and then again for a game this fall, Harris says the Tigers are still his leader although he hasn't given them a commitment just yet.
"Yes sir they're still my leader," Harris tells Inside The Auburn Tigers. "They're just a good team. I would love to play for them. Right now it's Auburn with Kentucky and Alabama still there as well."
Harris is a player who could play running back or linebacker on the next level.
After rushing for over 1,100 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior, Harris has several opportunities around the South, but to this point has just one official visit set up before signing day in early February.
"I've set up an official visit to Auburn on the 27th and 28th of January," Harris says. "I haven't set up any of the other schools yet."
Recently Harris got a visit at school from one of Auburn's coaches. While it wasn't an in-home trip, which he says will come later, Harris says the visit went well and he enjoyed having a chance to talk one-on-one.
"Coach (Geg) Knox came by," Harris says. "We didn't get to talk a whole lot because he came by to see my coach also. We talked during weight training. It was good."
Likely headed either the prep school or junior college route before playing Division I football, Harris says that he doesn't have a timetable yet on when he'll make a decision.