2016: Harris returns healthy from 2015 hip surgery and the promising sophomore wide receiver will look to get into the playing rotation (he also might work at cornerback).
2015: Harris was sidelined during his 2015 sophomore season after having surgery on his hips in the summer of 2015.
2014: Harris was a backup wide receiver as a first-year freshman in 2014. Overall in 2014 while appearing in 5 games (Fresno State, Stanford, Boston College, Oregon State, Notre Dame), he had 4 receptions for 38 yards (9.5 avg) and he also threw an incomplete pass. He even started against Oregon State. He had an 8-yard reception against Fresno State, then had 3 catches for 30 yards against Oregon State (and threw the incompletion). He strained his hamstring prior to the Arizona State game and missed the next 3 games (Arizona State, Arizona, Colorado), seeing action in only one more game after that while still bothered by the injury.
HIGH SCHOOL: He made 2013 Prep Star All-West, Cal-Hi Sports All-State second team and All-L.A. City Division I Player of the Year as a senior quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back at Crenshaw High in Los Angeles (Calif.). Crenshaw won the 2013 L.A. City Division I championship.
As a 2012 junior, he made All-L.A. City Division I first team.
As a sophomore in 2011, he completed 42-of-121 passes (34.7%) for 874 yards and 6 TDs with 1 interception, plus he ran for 640 yards on 48 carries (13.3 avg) on offense and made 44 tackles, 4 interceptions and 10 fumble recoveries on defense.
He also played basketball at Crenshaw.
PERSONAL: He is a communication major at USC.
GAME-BY-GAME WITH AJENE HARRIS