Sophomore Left Guard
6-3, 293 pounds
Southeast High School, Raleigh, North Carolina
Leroy started every game for the Wolfpack as a redshirt freshman, finishing with 33 "Raleigh Rails" and 27 knockdown blocks.
- Sporting News 2003 Freshman All-American
- Football Writers Association 2003Freshman All-American
- 2003 Honorable Mention All-ACC selection
High School Accolades
- All-Conference selection
- Shrine Bowl selection
- Nation's No. 39 Defensive Tackle prospect in the country according to Rivals.com
- No. 9 prospect in North Carolina according to SuperPrep
- Committed to NC State over North Carolina, Duke, and Wake Forest
- Former Wolfpack Assistant Coach Joe Pate
Leroy Harris arguably improved more over the course of last season than any other player on NC State's roster and is now a leader on the offensive line. After garnering Honorable Mention All-ACC honors as a freshman, Harris should be in the mix for first-team honors in 2004. Lining up beside left tackle Chris Colmer and center Jed Paulsen, Leroy anchors one of the league's best offensive lines. Colmer, Harris, Paulsen, Right Guard John McKeon, and Right Tackle Derek Morris could be the key's to NC State's season.