That changed though once Cam Cameron made a trip up to Bossier City to get a look at Harris in person. Cameron left absolutely blown away by Harris and offered him on the spot. From there LSU became one of his seven finalists along with Ohio State, Auburn, Alabama, Texas A&M, Ole Miss and Baylor. The Tigers eventually landed his commitment on July 18, securing the state's best quarterback since Ryan Perriloux.
Harris has already enrolled as a student at LSU, and he'll begin competing in spring practices when they start in a couple months. Harris, a four-star prospect ranked as the No. 6 QB, has one of the strongest arms in the country with enough athleticism and mobility to make plays with his feet as well.
He fits the mold for what Cameron wants in his quarterback, and even though he's only a freshman, don't rule him out in the competition to replace Zach Mettenberger. Harris still has some things to work on in his release and throwing mechanics, but the raw tools are there and he has plenty of potential.