"I haven't taken any official visits yet. I just took my SAT, so I'll start planning my visits soon."
Currently, Harris is favoring two schools.
"Nebraska has shown the most interest and Michigan State likes me a lot, too," Harris said. "I would say those are my top two schools. They are tied at the top."
Harris explained what he likes about each school.
"With Nebraska, I like the amount of players that they put in the NFL – and just the whole program," he said.
"At Michigan State, I like the program. I also like the coaches and what they've been telling me.
Harris said Clemson is right behind those two schools.
"They were the first school offer me," he said. "And I've also been down there and I really liked the facilities."
After Clemson, is Virginia Tech.
"They're a school closer to home and they were my favorite team growing up," Harris said.
He has an idea of when he would like to make his choice.
"I'll probably decide towards the end of the season," he said. "I've just have to see where I feel those most comfortable. Also, which school can best support me academically and athletically."
For now, his main focus is on his high school team.
"We just want win," he said. "We want to go back to states and win another state championship. It's going to take hard work."
On Friday, Lake Taylor hosts Suffolk (Va.) Nansemond River in the first round of the state playoffs at 7:30 p.m.