"I enjoyed (the weekend) a ton," Harris said. "It was a great opportunity. I had a blast. Trent Dilfer wanted me to come to Atlanta this weekend to compete with Deshaun Watson in another Elite 11, but I'll be at LSU Saturday.
"I felt like I competed well and showed my talent in Dallas. (Dilfer) said he liked me, and that I make NFL throws already in high school. George Whitfield wants me to come out to San Diego to work with him. I spoke with Cam Newton, too."
With only one year of starting experience under his belt, Harris has tremendous upside.
What's on his mind heading into the LSU visit?
"The key thing I'm looking for," he said, "is how I fit into their system."
Harris was expected at Texas A&M for the Aggies' "Friday Night Lights" last week, but wasn't able to make the trip at the last minute.
He says not to rule out A&M, however.