The fact that he missed part of the 2006 season due to injury, it did not hinder interest for the major college programs. Harris reports 10 major offers right now mainly for his abilities as a outside backer. Maryland, Pittsburgh, Toledo, Delaware, Iowa, Temple and North Carolina Central are on the long list of teams that have either offered or requested game video. However, he is still looking for what he considers a dream offer - Rutgers. He loves the staff and the direction the program is headed and the media coverage.
Although most schools are interested in Harris as an outside linebacker, he will be the feature back in Hackensack's power I-formation. From the tailback position, he hopes to post the kind of stats that major colleges covet. Although he will play any position in college, Harris believes he can make plays with the ball in his hands. His love for running also spreads to the track where he runs the 55 meters in the 6.5 range and the 200 meters in the 23.2 range.
Academics are high on Harris list so even though North Carolina Central is
not a household name when it comes to football they rank high on his list of
schools. Wake Forest and Cincinnati are two schools that have people around
the country taking notice for what they are doing on the gridiron. Harris has
also noticed and likes the challenge of making a impact at a team not rich in
tradition. Another team Harris is looking hard at is Kent State, where his half
brother Barry Drakeford played corner back. Harris wants to make a name for
himself and will make his decision based on what he feels is right for him.