2019: Charted as the starting quarterback ... scheduled to assume the QB reins from three-year starter Daniel Jones, the No. 6 overall selection in the 2019 NFL Draft by the New York Giants who graduated with one season of eligibility remaining after completing 764-of-1,275 (.599) passes for 8,201 yards with 52 TDs and 29 INTs while rushing 406 times for 1,323 yards (3.26) and 17 TDs in guiding Duke to consecutive bowl wins for the first time in program history ... candidate for the Davey O’Brien Award, an honor presented annually to the top quarterback in the nation ... in 23 career games (2 starts), has completed 41-of-81 (.506) pass attempts for 510 yards and eight TDs against one INT while rushing 78 times for 275 yards (3.53) and seven TDs ... has compiled 785 yards of total offense ... holds career TD responsibility total of 15 ... owns a career pass efficiency rating of 133.63 ... during two starts, against Baylor and N.C. Central in 2018 while filling in for the injured Jones, completed 27-of-57 passes (.474) for 376 yards and six TDs against zero INTs while rushing 19 times for 117 yards and one score as Duke won both games ... has accounted for multiple TDs in four career games, against N.C. Central (2017; 1 rush & 1 pass), Baylor (2018; 3 pass), N.C. Central (2018; 3 pass) and Pittsburgh (2018; 2 rush) ... among active players in the ACC, enters the 2019 season ranking tied for 15th in rushing TDs ... among active QBs in the ACC, enters the 2019 season ranking fourth in rushing TDs ... has played 300 career snaps.
2018 Game-by-Game Statistics
2018: Academic All-ACC selection ... played in 12 games with two starts ... earned starting assignments in wins over Baylor and N.C. Central ... did not see action against Georgia Tech ... completed 34-of-68 (.500) passes for 437 yards and seven TDs against one INT ... rushed 46 times for 195 yards (4.24) and five TDs ... posted a pass efficiency rating of 135.01 ... compiled 632 yards of total offense ... held TD responsibility total of 12 ... key component of an offensive unit which scored 40+ points five time to match the program record for 40+ point games with the 1943 and 2014 squads ... contributed to Duke’s 31 total TD passes, establishing the program’s single-season record ... ranked tied for fifth on the team in total points (30) as the Blue Devils scored 382, the fourth most in a year in program history ... made first career start at Baylor in place of an injured Daniel Jones and established season highs for passing attempts (30), rushing attempts (14) and rushing yards (83) ... posted season highs for pass completions (15) and passing yards (202) against N.C. Central ... threw campaign-best three TD passes versus both Baylor and N.C. Central ... in Duke’s 40-27 victory at Baylor, joined Todd Orvald (1965/3), Dave Brown (1989/4), Spence Fischer (1992/3) and Anthony Boone (2012/4) as the only Duke quarterbacks to make their starting debut and have 3+ passing TDs ... added year’s final TD toss versus Miami with less than a minute to play in the third quarter on a two-yard pass to TE Daniel Helm to lift Duke to its first win at Miami since 1976 as the score put the Blue Devils ahead for good at 17-12 ... had a season-long 66 yard pass versus Baylor for a TD to WR Johnathan Lloyd ... rushed for two TDs at Pittsburgh and added single-game scores versus N.C. Central, North Carolina and Temple ... paired with Deon Jackson (7) to form the 27th duo in program history to each total 5+ rushing TDs in a campaign ... on the field for 215 snaps.
2017 Game-by-Game Statistics
2017: Played in 10 games ... did not see action against Virginia Tech, Army West Point or Wake Forest ... completed seven-of-10 (.700) passes for 73 yards and one TD ... rushed 29 times for 71 yards (2.45) and two TDs ... posted season highs for pass completions (6), pass attempts (7), passing yards (62) and rushing attempts (8) while adding first collegiate scoring pass and TD rush against N.C. Central ... had a season-high 22 rushing yards versus Miami ... rushed for one TD at Virginia ... on the field for 57 snaps.
2016 Game-by-Game Statistics
2016: Saw action in one game ... against N.C. Central, rushed three times for nine yards (3.00) while completing zero-of-three pass attempts ... on the field for 28 snaps.
2015: Did not see game action.
PRIOR TO DUKE: Four-year letterwinner at Taft School under coach Tyler Whitley ... served as a tri-captain as a senior ... rated the No. 22 dual-threat quarterback in the country by ESPN.com ... as a senior, named Taft's MVP after completing 159-of-295 passes for 1,642 yards with 14 TDs ... added 90 rushing attempts for 442 yards and three TDs ... during junior year, first as full-time starter, completed 86-of-147 passes for 1,255 yards and 12 TDs with another 243 yards rushing and six ground scores through four games before suffering torn ACL and missing the remainder of the campaign ... split time at quarterback as a sophomore, playing in all eight games and helping the Big Red to a 6-2 mark ... completed 27-of-48 passes for 523 yards while rushing for 135 yards and three TDs on 27 carries ... as a freshman, shared QB duties and was the starter in the New England Prep School Class A Championship game, which Taft won to finish the season 8-0 ... also a three-year letterman in baseball.
PERSONAL: Born December 23, 1996 ... graduated from Duke in May, 2019, with a public policy studies degree, economics minor and certificate in innovation and entrepreneurship ... currently pursuing a master’s in management studies ... son of Terry and Kevin Harris ... father lettered three seasons (1982-83-84) as a defensive back at Georgia, helping the Bulldogs to a three-year record of 28-6-2, the 1982 SEC championship and three bowl appearances (1982 Sugar, 1983 Cotton & 1984 Citrus) ... cousin, Evan Harris, was a four-year letterwinner (2009-10-11-12) for the Miami University football program ... cousin, Tyrone Cornelius, was a member of the University of Miami football program ... grandfather, Elbert Harris, Sr., uncle Melvin Harris and uncle Elbert Harris, Jr., were members of the Florida A&M University football program.