Harris, Campbell, Gross, Peters Land On C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll
North Texas 2014-15 Proved an explosive guard, and averaged 6.9 points in his first season of Division I ball. • Averaged 19.1 minutes in 27 appearances primarily as NT's sixth-man. • Shot 51.6 percent in a four-game late-season stretch that saw him average 11.8 points, and NT went 4-0 during the hot streak. • 14 of his 21 steals came in his final 10 games. • Had 15 outings of at least seven points, including seven double-digit games. • Was 4-of-4 from the free throw line in the final minute of the win over MTSU, including the game-winning free throws with 2.0 on the clock. • Career-high 20 points against UTEP, and had a then-career-high 12 points by the first media timeout. • Followed up the UTEP performance with 12 points against UTSA. • Tallied 14 points on 6-of-8 shooting in the win at Florida Atlantic, and poured in 17 points in the win over Charlotte in Denton. • Broke 0-of-10 streak from 3-point with 3-of-3 night from deep in the win over Creighton. Nine points at Stephen F Austin, followed by 11 against Prairie View.
Tyler JC Missed the 2013-14 season at Tyler JC to have a routine medical procedure. Will have three years of eligibility at North Texas. Poured in 13.5 points per game on 41.8 percent shooting as a freshman at Tyler JC. Earned Third-Team All-Region XIV honors in 2012-13. A shooting threat from anywhere on the floor, Harris landed 48 shots from 3-point. Got to the free throw line 137 times and made 70.8 percent.
Washington HS (Wis.) Averaged 17.7 points per game as a senior at Washington High School in Milwuakee. Rated by NY2LASports.com as the No. 22 player in the state of Wisconsin as a senior. MaxPreps.com ranked him No. 33 in the state as a senior.