Carlos Harris
Carlos  Harris

Frisco, TX

High School:
Frisco HS

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 185



Guyton Ignites Mean Green Rally In 43-28 Win

Wide Receiver Catches 14 Passes For 211 Yards In Victory Over Southern Miss


Green & White Game Highlights

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2014 Bowl Champions

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Final Practice & Top Golf

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Episode 13

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Welcome Dinner & Gift Suite

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• Hauled in eight passes for 193 yards against Rice, the 10th most single-game receiving yards in school history and his fourth career 100-yard receiving game
• Connected with quarterback Andrew McNulty for a 93-yard touchdown pass vs. Rice, a career-long and the third-longest play in school history
• Moved into fifth place in school history with 155 career receptions after grabbing eight catches vs. Rice
• Completed a six-yard touchdown pass to Chris Loving in the second quarter against Iowa, the first scoring pass by a non-quarterback for North Texas since 2005, when Patrick Cobbs connected on a 33-yard touchdown pass
• Hauled in nine passes for 136 yards and a touchdowns at Southern Miss, his second 100-yard receiving game of the season and the fifth of his career
• Caught four passes for 43 yards and two touchdowns against Western Kentucky, his second career game with two touchdown receptions
• Moved into third place in school history with 184 career receptions after grabbing six catches for 72 yards against UTSA


• Named to honorable mention all-conference by C-USA
• Second in Conference USA in receptions per game, fourth in receiving yards per game and seventh in all-purpose yards in 2014

• NT's leading receiver in 2014 with 863 yards on 70 receptions and three touchdowns.
• Named Conference USA offensive player of the week for his efforts versus Southern Miss
• Caught 10 passes for 131 yards in season finale vs. UTSA
• Harris hauled in two touchdowns, one on a one-yard sweep and the other on a 51-yard reception, on the road against Rice
• Had a career-high 15 catches for 216 yards against Southern Miss
• Brought in 11 catches for 120 yards and a touchdown versus Indiana
• Caught three passes for 80 yards in loss to UAB
• Led the Mean Green with 43 yards receiving on six catches.
• Led North Texas with four catches for 36 yards in win against SMU
• Led team with four catches for 37 yards in LA Tech game
• Led NT for third straight week with five catches for 69 yards vs. Nicholls


• Was the third-leading receiver for North Texas with 47 catches and 553 yards
• Had two touchdown grabs and notched three catches or more in 11 games
• Made three catches for 34 yards in the Heart of Dallas Bowl win over UNLV
• Had a season-high seven catches for 87 yards at Southern Miss
• Made three catches for 55 yards with a TD at Ohio
• Recorded six catches against Ball State and Tulane
• Had one kickoff return for 24 yards and three punt returns

• Was the fourth-leading receiver as a freshman last season
• Recorded the most receiving yards by a freshman since 2009 with 263 yards
• Had a 100-yard receiving game when he made eight catches for 128 yards against ULM
• In the final five games of the year, Harris averaged 52.6 yards a game receiving and just under four catches a game
• Made four catches for 52 yards against Arkansas State in his first career start
• Made his first career catch at MTSU, which went for a touchdown.

High School:
• A versatile athlete in high school, Harris rushed for over 1,700 yards at Frisco High School
• Named the Dallas Morning News Player of the Week for September 12 after rushing for 446 yards and seven touchdowns in a game
• Finished the season with 1,722 yards rushing and 21 touchdowns
• Had two receiving touchdowns and finished the year with a total of 24 TD's
• As a junior Harris rushed for 713 yards and eight touchdowns, had 10 receptions for 82 yards, and threw for 201 yards and three touchdowns
• In 2009 Harris was the District 9-4A Sophomore of the Year
• Son of Carlos Harris and Amesiah Thomas
• Born on November 9, 1993.

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