"When I'm around USC it just feels like home," said Harris. "That's one of the reasons why I committed. That's always been my dream school."
Harris was orginaly committed to San Diego State, but after receiving an offer from USC receivers coach Tee Martin, Harris said he had to take it.
"When they gave me the offer, I've always been waiting for it, so I had to jump on it," said Harris.
Harris plays both defensive back and quarterback for Crenshaw and he also has experience at wide receiver. While he'll probably stick with defensive back or receiver in college, he's letting the USC coaches make that decision for him. "Whatever is best for the team," said Harris. "I'm just going to have to step up and make plays."
Harris is currently 5-foot-11 and around 175-pounds and says he hopes to gain a bit more weight and height before taking off for college next year.