"Texas A&M is sending the junior day invite to our school," he said. "I know their back-up quarterback, Matt Davis, real good. He gave Coach (Clarence) McKinney - the offensive coordinator and running backs coach - my info and Coach (David) Feaster sent my film.
"I just introduced myself to (Davis) when I met him a year ago. I saw his film, which is kinda like my film, and he's been a mentor since then."
What else is happening with Harris?
Harris hasn't named a frontrunner yet.
"You never know if you'll like a college until you visit," he said. "A&M is a good school, and you have to consider LSU."
Harris speaks highly of Feaster, the Parkway head coach.
"He's obviously a great coach," the 6-2, 180-pounder said. "He's a smart guy who finds a way to move the ball. Coach is a good playcaller. He knows my strengths and weaknesses and his offensive philosophy fits my playing style, which allows us to go out and do the things we do."