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HARRIS' CAREER HIGHS:
2011-12: Played in all 30 games, making 25 starts ... recorded career highs for points in two straight games, amassing 15 at Northern Illinois (2/8) and 17 against Central Michigan (2/11) ... scored in double figures in 11 games ... tallied a career-high eight rebounds against Belmont (12/17) ... also had seven boards against William & Mary (12/29) and at Ball State (2/4) ... knocked down the game-tying 3-pointer with 18 seconds left to send Miami into overtime against Eastern Michigan (2/1) ... was his only field goal of the game ... went 5-for-7 from 3-point range at Northern Illinois (2/8) ... hit four or more triples in a game on five occasions ... his 155 3-point field goal attempts rank 10th on Miami's single-season chart and his 58 treys were six from cracking Miami's single-season list ... notched career highs of four assists at Southeast Missouri (11/26) and against Toledo (1/25) ... posted a career-most three steals against Eastern Michigan (2/1) ... hit two key free throws in overtime to ice Miami's season-opening, overtime win against Dayton (11/15) ... ranked among MAC statistical leaders in 3-point field goals (1.9 per game, 7th), 3-point field-goal percentage (.374, 13th) and minutes played (33.3 per game) ... in MAC-only games, ranked among league statistical leaders in 3-point field-goal percentage (.438, 2nd), 3-pointer field goals (2.2 per game, 4th), field-goal percentage (.462, 15th) and minutes played (35.2 per game, 4th) ... averaged 8.3 ppg and 4.1 rpg on the season and 9.3 ppg and 4.1 rpg in MAC play ... named Miami's Darrell Hedric Most Improved Player.
2010-11: Played in 26 games, making one start ... first career start was in Miami's final game of the season at Rhode Island (3/16) in the first round of the College Basketball Invitational ... had one double-figure scoring effort, 14 points at Eastern Michigan (2/5) ... hit four 3-pointers in the final 2:13 of the game to catapult Miami to the come-from-behind win against the Eagles... hauled in a crucial defensive rebound and then sunk the game winner with just over a second to play against the Eagles ... was 5-of-6 from the field at EMU in just nine minutes of action ... scored eight points in a season-high 24 minutes of action in a double-overtime game against Akron in the MAC Tournament Quarterfinals (3/10) ... drained a 3-pointer to with nine seconds remaining in regulation to force overtime against the Zips ... had a career-high two blocked shots at Kent State (1/23) ... recorded season highs of three rebounds at Duke (11/16) and at Eastern Michigan (2/5) ... had two steals at Rhode Island (3/16) ... averaged 1.9 ppg ... in MAC play, averaged 2.3 ppg.
HIGH SCHOOL: An honorable mention all-state selection as a senior at Twinsburg High School ... averaged 20.1 ppg and 13.0 rpg as a senior for the Tigers ... tabbed the 2010 NOC Player of the Year ... a two-time first-team all-conference selection ... twice named to the all-district team, earning first-team recognition as a senior ... led the Tigers to a 17-5 record and a conference title as a senior ... averaged 14.5 ppg and 9.8 rpg as a junior for the Tigers, helping the team to a 14-6 record ... a two-year letterwinner in basketball, captaining the team as a senior.
PERSONAL: Born in April 1992 ... son of Darryl and Tanya Harris ... sister, Lauren, played basketball at John Carroll University ... cousin, David Harris, plays basketball for Ashland University ... uncle, Ron Harris, played basketball at Cleveland State University ... has a twin sister, Jasmine, who attends the University of Akron ... grew eight inches in high school ... majoring in sports studies with a minor in coaching.