"It's so close between each school, I don't know who I'm favoring yet," said the Lyons Township receiver.
During the summer, Harris is taking visits to each school, which will be a crucial part of the recruiting process.
"If I don't feel comfortable at a place, I'm going to take them off my list," said Harris. "They're very important."
It's no coincidence that Harris is looking at schools in the Big Ten. He hopes to land with a program in the Midwest.
"I'm just looking for a place I can call my second home," Harris said. "Somewhere close to home so if anything happens, I can get back. Just somewhere I fit in and feel comfortable."
Harris will visit Wisconsin today as he continues to tour each of his options. He has visited Northwestern numerous times, most recently last week, and hopes to return to Evanston fairly soon.
"It's amazing, Northwestern is a great school," said Harris. "They have not only great academics but a growing football program. I think it would be a blessing if I got the opportunity to play there."
Harris has built a relationship with Northwestern's coaches, whom he speaks with on a regular basis.
"We're pretty close, pretty close," he said. "I talk to them a few times a week. I'm probably going down to visit again pretty soon. I really like the coaches and the whole staff, they're all a bunch of great guys."
Harris is preparing to give his verbal commitment prior to the start of his senior season, or in the early weeks of the season at the latest. Northwestern has put itself in the running for the talented receiver, but the race is still a close one.
"I'm looking forward to getting to know more about Northwestern," he said. "But every other school, too."