2003: Saw action in four games ... Was 29-for-48 passing on the year for 347 yards and four touchdowns ... Played one snap at Georgia when Andrico Hines went out with an injury ... Entered the game in the third quarter at Clemson and promptly drove the team 78 yards in 10 plays for a touchdown ... Came off the bench to complete four-of-five passes for 32 yards against Temple ... Subbing for an injured Andrico Hines, Harris threw for a career-high 284 yards on 23-for-36 passing and four touchdowns in an overtime loss to Louisiana-Lafayette ... His four touchdown tosses tied for the third most in school history.
2002: Played in two games and earned one start as a true freshman ... Completed 1 of 3 passes for six yards against Arkansas State ... Got the start on the road versus Idaho ... On his fifth play from scrimmage against the Vandals, Harris ran for 10 yards and a first down but suffered a broken collar bone and was lost for the remainder of the season.
High School: Rated the No. 32 dual-threat quarterback in the country by Rivals100.com ... Was named Associated Press all-state, South Carolina Varsity all-state, The Spartanburg Herald Offensive Player of the Year, and the Region 3-3A Player of the Year after throwing for 3,013 yards on 207-for-369 passing and 32 touchdowns as a senior ... Also rushed 73 times for 272 yards and three scores ... Named to Max Emfinger's 2001 National High School All-American Team as the nation's Super Sleeper quarterback ... One of three finalists for the Bob Bacot Trophy, which is awarded to top player in state by SC Varsity ... Named to Orlando Sentinel honorable mention All-Southern Football team ... Listed as one of nation's top 50 quarterbacks by Street & Smith's magazine and one of the top 36 signal-callers by Prepstar Magazine ... Also named to the North/South All-Star team and earned Offensive Player of the Game honors after throwing for 303 yards and two touchdowns ... Against Gaffney in 2001, Harris completed 27-of-40 passes for 365 yards and two touchdowns ... In his junior and senior years combined, Harris threw for 5,515 yards, had 67 passing touchdowns and three rushing scores, and only tossed 11 interceptions in nearly 600 attempts ... Harris helped lead Union to three straight state championship games, including back-to-back 14-1 seasons in 1999 and 2000 ... Team went 12-3 in 2001 ... Started at wide receiver as a sophomore and caught the game-winning touchdown in the state title game ... Also a three-year starter on the basketball team.
Personal: Parent: Murial Harris ... Born: 7/3/84 ... Major: Accounting.