"It's real big," Harris told Scout.com. "To play at home and stay at home. Every time I play there's at least 50 people at my game. They can still come up and watch me play. Not only did I want it but everybody else wanted me to go there too."
Last season, Harris averaged 25.7 points a game. This spring he's lifted himself into Top 50 (and rising) status. During the Nike All-American Camp, Harris was considered one of the event's top defensive players and an energetic success story. His jump shot, which had been his Achilles Heel, was on point and he looked good every time out.
Now, the big question is, what does Michigan do with this unique wing player. "I think I'll basically play any perimeter spot," Harris said. "Wherever they need me I think it'll be the (point) and the (shooting guard)."
Tommy Amaker dogged Harris' every move at Nike Camp and the result was a big time commitment from Scout.com's No. 50 prospect one day after the camp concluded.
"Michigan has always been in my heart. That's where I always felt I was going to go. I wanted to wait and see who was going to come on me harder but I realized that was the place for me. I went with my mind."