The former Redemption Christian and Maine Central Institute standout, who is spending this year at Brewster Academy (N.H.), has re-opened his recruitment after committing to UConn.
``It was the best decision for both sides," said the 6-foot-6 New York native. "I really respect the entire UConn program, but they had recruited other players at my position – and it was best for me to re-open my recruitment."
Harris has already had no shortage of suitors.
``I'm going to wait and seriously take my time," Harris added. "I'd ideally like to play in the Big East or ACC if possible so I can stay fairly close to home."
Harris is a versatile player who brings toughness to the table.
``He's been fantastic since he's been here," Brewster coach Jason Smith said. "He's adjusted extremely well and is shooting the ball well. He plays very hard and is ultra-competitive."
``I'm not all that concerned with what happened at UConn," Smith added. "He's going to end up at a great school. I'm disappointed for Will, but he's handled it amazingly. Everything happens for a reason and he knows he'll find another school."