"So far I've been to Iowa on an official visit, and this weekend I have NC State," said Harris. That will be an official visit. After the NC State visit I'm going to go Providence, St. John's and Louisville, but I don't have the exact dates."
What did Harris think of his trip to Iowa?
"It was great," he stated. "The campus was nice and all the players were cool. The coaches were real nice, and they were good to talk too. The facilities were real nice... I know they are building a new facility too."
Next up for Harris is the NC State trip. He'll arrive in Raleigh today and stay over the weekend before leaving on Sunday.
"I'm looking forward to that one because I know NC State is a great school," said Harris. "I get along with all the coaches, and they are recruiting me hard so I'm looking forward to that visit."
Harris, who checks in at 6-foot-8 and 195 pounds, is talented wing capable of playing either forward position. If he picks NC State, he will be expected to contribute at both spots.
Harris, who indicated he has cut his list to the five programs he will visit, maintains that he is wide open.
"Those are my five," he said. "I don't have any favorites yet. At this point they are all recruiting me real hard. They are at my practices and recruiting me hard. I'd say they are pretty much all equal right now."
Don't expect a quick decision from Harris. Look for him to take all of his visits before committing to a school, and he knows what he is looking for when the time comes to pick his future destination.
"I pretty much want to take all my visits and enjoy the process," he said. "I want to see what all the schools have to offer and see what all the campuses are like. Because I want to take all those visits I don't think I could commit to any school right away.
"I'm looking at the style of play, the coaching staff, the academics, and the area. I want to make sure the campus is nice, and I need to have a strong relationship with the players on the team."
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