While in town, Harris' second unofficial visit to Louisville this summer, the talented forward received some face time with UofL head coach Rick Pitino.
"Tobias had a meeting with Coach Rick Pitino and he came away very impressed with Coach Pitino and all of the coaches," Harris said. "This was Tobias second visit to the University of Louisville, but he said this time was different."
What was different about Harris' second visit to Louisville?
"When (he) came down the first time, Coach Pitino really hadn't had a chance to see him play - only coach Walter McCarty did," said Harris. "This time he had seen Tobias play during the July evaluation period at the Reebok All American camp and at Peach Jam. (Coach) Pitino told Tobias that he really liked the multi-skill level of his game."
"Tobias felt like his visit was a tour to see everything, like the basketball facilities, football stadium, the dorm where the players stay. He liked the facilities and the coaching staff also. And you can't get any better than coach Pitino."
While Louisville is one of the top contenders in Harris' recruitment, the New York standout is also considering Syracuse, Rutgers, Georgetown, Virginia, Maryland, Marquette, West Virginia, Wake Forest and USC.