Amir Harris, a combo guard in the 2018 recruiting class, has officially joined the Nebraska basketball program. Harris (6-foot-4, 180 pounds) verbally committed to the Huskers last week, and the Huskers announced he signed his letter of intent Monday.
Nebraska basketball officially adds Amir Harris
PEN TO PAPER. ✍️
Welcome to the family, @Harris5Amir!
— Nebraska Basketball (@HuskerHoops) May 14, 2018
“The addition of Amir is great for Nebraska basketball,” Nebraska coach Tim Miles said in a statement. “He’s a first-class kid, an excellent student and an unbelievable athlete. Amir has worked hard at his game and did a great job with St. James this season. He can play and guard multiple positions, and we love his versatility. We look forward to helping him develop into a complete player in our program.”
From Hagerstown, Md., Harris is a 3-star recruit in the 247Sports composite. He is the third member of Nebraska’s 2018 class, joining small forward Karrington Davis and center Brady Heiman.
Harris averaged 11.5 points, 6.3 rebounds and 6.4 assists per game during his senior season at St. James School.