Chris was a three-time letterwinner and all-division basketball player at Meridian High School. He was voted as basketball MVP and top male athlete in 2005 after guiding the Wildcats to the North State Championship. He holds the school record for assists and was a team captain in 2004 and 2005 under coach Ernie Watson. Harris was an all-state honoree in 2004 and 2005. Chris was also a standout baseball player and earned all-state honors in 2005.
Chris is the son of Robert and Renetta Harris. His hobbies include writing and his favorite food is french fries.
WHY I CHOSE CSU
"I chose CSU because of the friendly atmosphere."
LAYER ON HARRIS
"Gives us the ability to play up-tempo basketball with his speed and quickness. He can defend in the full court and has a great feel for the game."
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