On Monday he was in Chapel Hill checking out North Carolina. The Tar Heels haven't offered a scholarship, but they did inform Harris that they would be tracking him over the summer.
"It was real nice," Harris said of North Carolina. "The campus was nice, and the coaches were cool. North Carolina hasn't offered me yet, but they are going to recruit me."
Next up was NC State. The Wolfpack extended an offer to Harris earlier in the spring and he toured their facilities on Tuesday while also spending time with the coaching staff.
"NC State was real nice," he stated. "The campus was nice, and I spent a lot of time talking to the coaching staff. They've offered me a scholarship and have shown a lot of interest. Everything was good there."
Harris will take trips to Rutgers, UCONN, and Syracuse over the next week before returning home. UCONN has already offered a scholarship along with NC State, Boston College, Seton Hall, and Sienna.
Harris, who originally indicated that he would reclassify and become a member of the 2012 class, appears to now be leaning towards staying in the 2011 class following the success he's had on the AAU circuit and the addition of new scholarship offers.
"Most likely I'll be in the 2011 class," he said. "That's because I've got a lot stronger and my game has improved. I think I'll be ready for college after the upcoming year."
As of now Harris doesn't have a leader, but hopes to reach a decision in the fall.
"I haven't cut down my list," said Harris. "I'm open to all schools. I'll be looking at the style of play and the coaching staff. I also want to have a good relationship with the other players on the team."
"I think I'll be ready to make my decision sometime in the fall after I take some more visits."