"I'll also try to officially visit Cal. They've got some good running backs coming out of there. Marshawn Lynch is untouchable. They produce runners and I'm used to the California weather. At Washington I would have to adjust to the weather. But the Seahawks practice near their stadium and sometimes the Husky team lifts with the Seahawks.
"They have great athletes at Arizona, a lot of speed" he said. "I like the hot weather there too.
"Nebraska and the others are more like fallback schools for me.
"My childhood favorite was UCLA. This year they only have one scholarship to give out for running backs and they've already got a commitment (L.A. Crenshaw's Raymond Carter). They haven't offered. "I'll commit right after the season," Harris said. "I don't care how far I have to go. I have no reason not to leave California. It's up to who recruits me the hardest and who wants me more. I have 30-35 offers.
"I have good speed, balance and vision. I am quick and elusive. It's hard to get me down. I don't fumble. I want to play running back. If I play corner, I might be able to play as a true freshman.
"If I play running back, I'll have to put on weight and redshirt."
Harris reports a 2.6 core GPA and a 790 SAT/retake unset.