"I committed to Texas today," Harris said, "Texas was the school I've always wanted to go to."
Harris, a two time first team all-district pick, said Coach Brown offered him and he committed on the spot.
"I went in the office and talked to Coach Brown, Coach Kennedy and the offensive coordinator. Coach Brown said I was a big, talented receiver and they like that. They feel like I can help them win," Harris said.
Harris burst onto the scene as a sophomore hauling in 45 passes for 847 yards and nine touchdowns. In 2008 his yardage were down from his terrific sophomore campaign catching 45 passes for 584 yards and seven scores, but the 6-3, 195-pounder played more of a jack of all trades role as well as facing bracketed coverage every Friday night.
Harris says that he will also have some familiarity in Austin on the Texas team.
"I think I can fit in there with the rest of the receivers. I know a receiver from Garland High (Malcolm Williams) that is on the team and he can help me learn," Harris said.
Harris joins North Shore offensive tackle Trey Hopkins as known Texas commits in the 2010 class.
Harris played on a Garland Naaman Forest team the last two years with Oklahoma signee Jonathan Miller and Texas Tech safety signee Terrence Bullitt, the young brother of former Texas A&M and current Colts safety Melvin Bullitt.