"I really like them," Harris said about the Mountaineers.
Besides being his first official visit, the Mountaineers were also the first coaches to come for an in-home visit. "They came by on Sunday (Nov. 29)," he said. "(Tight ends/fullbacks) coach Doc Holliday and (wide receivers) coach Lonnie Galloway were both here.
"They say they really need receivers," he said. "They like how I play and say that I could get on the field early. We also talked about my visit and what it's gonna be like and stuff. I'm excited to go there. I've heard a lot of good things. It seems like a good place."
Even though the West Virginia coaches have already been by his home to visit him, he says it's actually Miami that is recruiting him the hardest. "They call the most," he said. "And we spend a lot of time talking. They've been to my house too."
Miami secondary coach Wesley McGriff and wide receivers coach Aubrey Hill visited Harris at home on Dec. 2. "They are cool guys," he said. "They think I could start early there too and that's big."
Harris admits the key factor in his decision will be playing time. "I'll probably go where I feel I have the best chance of being able to play right away," he admitted.
Although he says he's still "pretty open," Harris favors Miami slightly over West Virginia, Tennessee and Georgia. All have offered, except the Bulldogs. "I'd like to take a visit there," he said about Georgia. "They keep in contact and I think they're close to offering."
But neither Georgia nor Tennessee has set up an in-home visit with Harris.
Harris says he'll likely make a decision near signing day or "whenever it feels right."
Northwestern High School finished the year with a 10-2 record. Harris, Scout.com's No. 30 wide receiver, had seven touchdowns receiving but doesn't know his yards.
He plans to major in criminal justice and reports a 3.0 core GPA and a 15 ACT. He retook the ACT on Oct. 24, but claims that he still hasn't gotten his results back.