Maryland and Cincinnati were the first two schools to offer Harris. Louisville was the latest BCS school to offer, sending the paperwork to Harris earlier this month. Georgia, Auburn, Florida, Vanderbilt, Clemson and Florida State have expressed their interest.
"It's a nice one," said Harris of Louisville's offer. "It surprised me because I haven't talked to them much. I'm going to talk to them soon. They sent me a questionnaire and an offer."
Harris recently visited Clemson and plans to visit Georgia in March. He also hopes to trip to Louisville this spring to check out the Cardinals and meet Charlie Strong's new coaching staff.
"I went to Clemson last week and I'm going to Georgia later this month," Harris said. "I want to talk to the Louisville coaches and see when I can come up there."
Harris also has visited Maryland and plans to visit Cincinnati this spring.
"I'm planning on going to Cincinnati," said Harris. "I already checked out Maryland. I think they're going to be a really good team. They have a real nice campus. I like it a lot."
Harris, according to Scout.com analysts, has great feet and is an outstanding second level blocker who has the potential to add 25-30 pounds to his frame.
"I can run block really good, that's what most college coaches tell me," Harris said. "I'm probably going to be a guard. I play tackle in high school. But the coaches tell me I'll play guard or center."