With transfer portal season officially winding down, college football fans are beginning to witness the last of the big names from their favorite teams announce their decision to enter the portal.
Harris enrolled at Arizona on January 10th and entered the transfer portal one week later on January 17th. While Brent Brennan and the Wildcats were able to retain a large majority of their roster, Harris elected to enter his name in the portal and pursue other opportunities.
Coming out of high school, Harris was listed as a three-star prospect by the 247Sports index and checked in as the nation’s 766th-ranked prospect. He was also listed as the 69th-ranked receiver in his class and the fourth-ranked player in the state of Nevada.
Harris spoke on his decision to head to Washington with Fawcett saying, “My relationship with the coaching staff is really good, especially my relationship with Coach KC and Coach Fisch. During my senior season, I would talk to these two guys the most. Whether it was throughout the all leading up to the fans or even on game day when I would get a game day text from Fisch. The plan they have for me is to come in and impact the team as a freshman at the receiver position and basically be used the same way they used Jacob Cowing in that Arizona offense from last year.”
Arizona will now have a new spot to fill ahead of the 2024 season, but with this offseason shaping up to include one of the busiest portal cycles in college football history, Brent Brennan should have some options available for replacement.