HARRIS' HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended Mead High, where he participated in football, basketball and track...football coach Bob McCray...played defensive end...as a JUNIOR earned player of the game twice...SENIOR season earned honorable mention for the Greater Spokane League...was the player of the game three times...captained the basketball team to the district playoffs.
HARRIS' WSU CAREER
FRESHMAN (2001-02): Opted to delay enrollment until January, 2002...then participated in spring drills.
RS-FRESHMAN (2003-04): V-Letter...Games - 2...Starts - 1...named to The Sporting News' Pac-10 All-Freshman team...moved up from the scout team before the Stanford game...replaced Sam Lightbody in the fourth quarter...the following week started against Oregon State at right tackle, but suffered a high ankle sprain early in the game and did not return to action...earned the following weekly team awards: Offensive Lineman - Stanford.
RS-SOPHOMORE (2004-05): V-letter...Games - 11...Starts - 1...against Idaho, earned his first start since the middle of the 2003 season...came off the bench in each of the other games...earned the following weekly team awards: None. Special Teams: FG/PAT kicks.
RS-JUNIOR (2005-06): V-Letter...Games - 11...Starts - 11...earned the following weekly team awards: Cougar Claw Offense - USC...Special Teams: PAT/FG...a starter all season at right tackle for one of WSU's best offenses in school history...team average of 489.3 ypg ranked third best ever at WSU and the 5,382 total offense yards ranked fourth.
PERSONAL: Charles Jermaine Harris...born December 7, 1982 in Anadarko, Okla....parents Wade Pribble and Marie Harris...father a mechanic and mother a nurse...three sisters, Takesha, Latasha, Falicia...was the student body treasurer during his junior and senior years in high school...social sciences major.