"We take on De La Salle next. We just need to play it like any other game and feel like we can defeat them. We were actually the last school to beat them in 1991 before they went on their streak."
If any of the Pittsburg players are going to step up to the plate against De La Salle, it is Harris. He has nine sacks on the year and gives 100% on every play. He knows he has a lot of tackles but really is more concerned about what most top ends are worried about.
"I try for sacks more than anything."
It seems like that is what most schools like about him as he is being recruited mainly as a defensive end prospect. But, his size suggests that he may take his career inside.
"I will play anywhere. It doesn't matter to me. I can see how the schools that do like me at tackle can see that. I could see myself ending up there and that is fine."
"They send me a lot of stuff and I hear from their coach once a week. Colorado is sort of a different feel for me. They have a good program and you can never count them out. I mean, they won a championship a couple of years ago. I want to take a trip there and most likely will."
Harris wants to take all of his trips but is not sure where a couple of them will be to yet.
"It is really hard to pick only five places to go visit when everyone is telling you they want you. This is a tough decision when you are only 17. I am just going to do my background checks with every school and see where the best fits will be. When I take my trips I am just going to get a feel for somewhere I can be. The Pac 10 might be the best situation for me. I like WSU, OSU, USC, and really mostly the Pac 10. I have been in California all of my life."
Harris has already tripped to Washington State and is pretty sure he will also visit Washington and Oregon State. The last two are the ones he is unsure about but Colorado is a favorite at this point to get one of them.