"It went great," Harris said. "I liked the snow because I've never seen snow before. So that was a good experience."
Harris committed to the Cardinals without ever visiting Louisville's campus. Did his visit to Louisville help solidify his original decision to play for the Cardinals?
"I think so, the visit was a great plus," Harris said. "If I hadn't verbally committed the visit would have convinced me to commit. I like their stadium how it's going to have two jumbo-trons and seats added to it. I liked the facilities."
With only two offensive coaches named at this point – OC Mike Sanford and RB Kenny Carter – Strong focused his conversation with Harris on the other offensive assistants he plans to bring on board at UofL.
"We mostly talked about the coaches he's bringing in on his staff, who he's going to have working for him," Harris said.
Harris spent time on his visit getting familiar with Sanford's offense.
"He drew up the offense he's going to have and we talked about how it would benefit me and the team," Harris said. "I liked what he was going to do with the offense."
"Yes, we were working on them," Harris said. "They are heavily considering [Louisville]. The visit was not only outstanding in my eyes but to the rest of the guys that were up there on the visits. The visit was great."
Though he's firm in his decision to play for Louisville, Harris still plans to take visits to West Virginia and Central Florida before National Signing Day.
"I'm going to take my West Virginia and UCF visits," Harris said. "Those were the two schools I was heavily considering before my commitment to Louisville. My commitment is solid, very solid."