He cannot wait to move to Baton Rouge.
"I get an opportunity to get in there and compete, get in there and lift weights with the team, and I think it is big for a quarterback to get in early because there is so much to learn," said Harris.
"I have a lot to work on and I get to go in there, work with Coach Cam (Cam Cameron), work with the players, improve, and try to get better early. I think this is big for me."
Harris is part of LSU's No. 14-ranked class and that number could change in a good way soon.
"It could be special if we get the guys we are targeting in this class. The guys that are big priorities for us at LSU are Leonard Fournette, Speedy (Devante Noil), Jamal Adams, Malachi Dupre, Adoree Jackson, and I could go on and on. There are a lot of talented guys out there that LSU would love to have, but you never can get or take them all.
"I do think some big news is coming soon and I expect us to have a great class when it is overwith."
If it goes like Harris hopes, he will add receivers Speedy Noil and Malachi Dupre, both in-state prospects to this class.
That would only make Cam Cameron's offense better.
"The type of players we are recruiting is setting up the future offense at LSU. I think we will see three wide receiver sets, a vertical passing game, and there could be some zone read stuff. I really like Coach Cam, his offense, and how I can fit into it.
"I just think this class could be special and one that could win a lot of championships with the right people in place. The offense will be good for sure, but it could be better is we get who we are targeting."
The Tigers know how to recruit and it has a great staff, but the 6-foot-3, 195 pound senior out of Bossier City (La.) Parkway is doing a little recruiting on his own.
"When I talk to recruits, I do not really try to sell LSU to them, but just talk to them about the future," said Harris. "I talk about what it could be like together, how things could work out for us in college, and the type of wins we could have. LSU is already great, so I do not have to say too much."