Harris' greatest asset may be his ability to defend. His strength pushes players further from the rim than they'd prefer and he has uncanny shotblocking ability for a player his height.
Although Harris did not give a verbal commitment to the Syracuse staff during the camp, he did exchange a few smiles with Head Coach Jim Boeheim and Assistant Coach Mike Hopkins during the breaks in the drills.
Harris has narrowed his list to Syracuse and Pittsburgh for a college choice and has stated during the recruiting process that Syracuse is a clear leader. It is believed Harris would not be eligible for the 2006 NBA draft, as he would be considered a senior at prep school, not a post-graduate student. The NBA and Players union have agreed in principal to an age requirement that would force players to be at least 19 years old and a year removed from their graduating class.
Harris has not decided on which prep school he will attend.
Syracuse Assistant coach Mike Hopkins was the lead coach for the camp. Among the camp coaches were Syracuse Associate Head Coach Bernie Fine, Assistant Head Coach Rob Murphy, former Syracuse players Herman Harried, Gene Waldron, Roosevelt Bouie, Wendell Alexis, and Lazarus Sims.