Last week against Duke he completed 20-of-26 passes for 292 yards and a touchdown- and most important no interceptions.
Harper credits much of that improvement to his overall health and also to his offensive line- which has been inconsistent but is coming off one of its better performances of the year.
"The biggest thing is I've been healthy and we were able to go out there and execute some big plays early on [against Duke] and our offensive line is playing extremely well," he said.
"There are just a lot of things coming together right now for us at this point. Hopefully we can take that up to Virginia."
For the season Harper has now completed 174-of-278 passes (62.6%) for 2,075 yards, 10 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.
Make no mistake, with the last two regular season games of his Clemson career coming up in the next 10 days; Harper has a chance to turn things around for himself and his team even more to end the season.
CUTigers.com's Don Munson sat down with the senior signal caller earlier this week to get his thoughts on what lies ahead for another edition of CUTigersTV: