When he's making the jumpshot, his game goes to another level.
So far, Harris has been happy with his spring effort. "It's been pretty good," Harris said. "Texas came in [Wednesday]. It's getting kind of crazy. A lot of coaches are starting to come in and talk to me and stuff."
TCU, Nebraska, Arkansas, Texas and Baylor have dropped by recently that chat him up. Right now, Harris has offers from Oklahoma, Texas Tech, Colorado State, Baylor, TCU, Nebraska, Kansas State and Southern Cal.
The Trojans are recruiting Harris completely different from the rest of the schools. The prospect wants to be a shooting guard in college but USC's approach is unique. "Southern Cal and Henry Bibby is the only person that is recruiting me as a point guard. Everyone else is recruiting me as a two guard."
Oklahoma sounds like the only school that is guaranteed to receive an official visit from him. Texas could get an unofficial in a few weeks but Harris is taking the SAT this weekend.
The Sooners have a situation that appeals to him. "The situation that they're going to have when I choose my college, it's going to be a great situation. I can go in and start and help them. Andrew Lavender is going to be good and they'd have good big men.
"I wouldn't necessarily say they lead, but I really like the school."
Look for Harris to begin scheduling some visits upon completion of the SAT this weekend. However, he's in no rush to decide and said the earliest he could decide would be this fall.