"It was fun," said Harris. "I met a bunch of them (official visitors), but didn't really get a chance to hang out. None of them were really pressuring me to commit"
Harris attended the game with his dad, uncle and teammate Anthony Boyles and was impressed with the atmosphere around the Coliseum.
"It was cool being there," said Harris. "There were a lot of people hyped up."
Harris is no stranger to USC home games, having attended several of them throughout the season and he still is planning to take an official visit to USC in the near future.
"I haven't set it up and I don't really know when I'll take it," said Harris, who acknowledged that USC is the heavy leader for his services.
He also hasn't decided on a timetable on when he'll make his decision.
"When it feels right, I'll commit," said Harris.
Harris still has only visited Michigan, which he did earlier in the fall, and said he doesn't have any other visits set up, though he still may take a couple more.
Selected to the Offense-Defense All-American Game in Florida in January, Harris and his Serra teammates dropped a quarterfinal game to Oak Park on Friday night, ending their season.