NMSU Football BIO
1 Jeremy Harris


2011 (Junior): Harris played defensive back in 2011 in 13 games for NM State. He collected 27 tackles on the year and two pass break ups. In the Aggies' opening game of the season, Harris grabbed three tackles and a pass break up versus Ohio (Sept. 3). Against UTEP (Sept. 10), Harris tallied four tackles and his second pass break up of the season. He recorded a career-high five tackles against Hawai'i (Oct. 22) and Fresno State (Nov. 12). Harris then grabbed four tackles versus Louisiana Tech (Nov. 26).

East Los Angeles JC: Harris played two seasons for East Los Angeles Junior College at defensive back, starting both seasons. In 2010, Harris tallied 17 tackles on the year, while grabbing three interceptions, three pass break-ups and a fumble recovery. He also returned one interception for a touchdown in 2010. Harris returned five kickoffs for 91 yards, averaging 18.2 yards per return. In 2009, Harris tallied 21 tackles, seven pass break-ups and a tackle for a loss. He also led the team in kick return yardage with 218 yards, averaging 24.2 yards a return, while returning one kickoff for a touchdown. Harris earned second team Southern California Football Association, Mountain Conference selection.

High School: Harris was a second team all-district selection in 2007 for Dorsey High School. He helped his team to a 16-8 record during his junior and senior seasons. Harris also ran track and field, earning a third place finish in the city meet in 2007 and second in city and third in state his senior season.

Personal: Harris is the son of Chandra Franklin. He was also raised by his grandmother Joanne Franklin. He is undecided in a major.

Position: Cornerback
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
City/State: Dorsey, Calif.
High School: Dorsey HS
Other College: East Los Angeles JC
Experience: Transfer

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