The 6'4, 260-lb defensive tackle stepped into his first varsity season last year, and after some initial growing pains, hit his stride.
"At first, I kind of had a rough time with staying low, but as the season progressed, I got more flexible, and it panned out into a good season."
As a result, Harris believes opponents will have an even tougher time with him this season.
"This will be a breakout season. It will be a good season I feel. First, I'm working on keeping everything under control in school, grades and stuff. I'm lifting weights at least two times a day and staying in shape."
The colleges have already started to notice and Harris is seeing a rise in interest.
So far, Harris has only had a chance to visit one of schools, but it was a good first trip.
"I visited Indiana. I liked them a lot. They treated me real well and I like the campus."
Harris says he will do "a lot of camps" this summer, but was not entirely sure of which ones yet.