It is that time again.
At minimum, each school had him on campus twice and he is fresh off his third visit to Alabama.
The 6-foot-5, 240 pound tight end breaks down his final three.
Alabama: "I got back from Alabama Friday night after spending the night there to get a better feel for things. I got one last look and I got a good feel for the players.
"Alabama is a program that is always winning and they have a lot of tradition there. I also see they do not have a lot of tight ends there, specifically at the Y position where I play on the line. They also have a good engineering program and I am looking to major in some type of engineering."
Georgia: "At Georgia I have a good relationship with the players and the coaches. I also like their offense, I like how Coach Bobo uses the tight end, and the town of Athens is nice."
Vanderbilt: "I have been to Vanderbilt a lot and I like that it is right down the road. I like Coach Mason, I have a good feel for him, and he is a good coach. I think I could get early playing time there and I could get a great degree too."
It is just a few days now until Harris announces his decision. He has done his homework and he is ready to put an end to the process.
"I am very ready to commit. It has been a long and stressful process and I am ready to put it behind me."
"I just want to focus on my team and move on to the next step. I enjoy being a kid and I want to get back to being that."
The four-star tight end will let the public in on his decision Thursday night, but Harris himself has made up his mind already.
"I know the school I am committing to," said Harris. "I have made up my mind."
Harris is the No. 10 tight end in the country on Scout.