Finished his Tulane career ranked fifth all-time in pass receptions (166) and eighth in receiving yards (1,631). One of only eight players in school history to record four or more 100-yard receiving games in his career.
2001: Ranked sixth in Conference USA in catches per game with 53 in 11 games. Third on the Tulane squad in catches and in yards with 623. Recorded a pair of 100-yard games with a season-high 133 yards on nine grabs veruss BYU (8/25). Caught six passes for 116 yards and a pair of scores, including a 44-yarder, in the TCU game (10/13). Made a season-long 46-yard grab at LSU (9/1) while totaling six catches for 95 yards. Caught at least one pass in every game he played to extend his streak of consecutive games catching a pass to 29, dating back to the 1999 Syracuse game (10/2). Tied his season-high with nine catches at Navy (11/10). Missed most of two games with a sprained ankle (Southern and Cincinnati). Final TD catch of the year came at Army (10/27) on a 25-yard pass.
2000: Along with Adrian Burnette, formed one of the most productive pass-catching combos in the country. Ranked second on the team in receptions with 64 and in receiving yards with 694. Placed 23rd nationally, and fourth in Conference USA, in catches per game (5.82). Totalled 100 receiving yards in each of the last two games of the season with nine catches for 101 yards vs. Navy (11/11) and 10 for 100 in the Memphis game (11/18). Was named the team's Offensive Player of the Week by the coaching staff following the Navy game. Also had a pair of 90-yard games early in the season with six-for-96 vs. East Carolina (9/16) and eight-for-95 at SMU (9/23). Caught at least one pass in every game. Had a 14-yard touchdown reception against Houston (11/4). Had a career-long 54-yard reception vs. East Carolina (9/16).
1999: Participated in all 11 games, starting in all but two of them. Caught 47 passes for 386 yards and three touchdowns. Had season-bests of 10 catches, 71 yards and two touchdowns against UL-Lafayette (10/16). Also snared a TD in the Army win (9/18).
1998: Named to Conference USA's All-Freshman team. Played in nine games. Caught two passes for 28 yards, including a 21-yard reception against UL-Lafayette (10/31).
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Archbishop Shaw High School. Selected to The Times-Picayune All-Metro team and was named the Outstanding Offensive Player on that squad. Earned Class 5A all-state honors. A two-time all-district selection and the district MVP as a senior. An honorable mention selection to the USA Today All-USA Team as well as a Max Emfinger All-American pick. Caught 48 passes for 1,117 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior. Shaw's career leader in receptions (89), yards (1,973), yards per reception (22.2) and receiving TDs (23). Also lettered as a sprinter for the track team. Coached by Hank Tierney.
PERSONAL: Terrell La'Sean Harris. Born April 3, 1980 in Marrero, La. Son of Edward and Antoinette Harris. Majoring in computer information systems.
Harris' Career Receiving Stats
|Year ||G-GS ||Rec. ||Yards ||Avg. ||TD ||LP|
|1998 ||9-0 ||2 ||28 ||14.0 ||0 ||21/USL |
|1999 ||11-9 ||47 ||286 ||8.2 ||3 ||20/USM|
|2000 ||11-9 ||64 ||694 ||10.8 ||1 ||54/ECU|
|2001 ||11-11 ||53 ||623 ||11.8 ||3 ||46/LSU|
|Career ||42-29 ||166 ||1631 ||9.8 ||7 ||54/ECU|