15 - Bryan Harris
Bryan Harris
Birth Date: 09/15/1983
Height: 6-2
Weight: 200
Year: Senior
Hometown: Tustin, CA
High School: Tustin HS
Previous College: LSU
Position: RHP/INF
B/T: R/R
Experience: 2V

TITANS `06: Hit .295 for the Titans making five starts at third base and 19 as the designated hitter • His longest hitting streak of the season was a four-gamer that lasted from Apr. 2 to Apr. 9 when he went 6-for-16 (.375) • Had five multi-hit games including two career-high, three-hit efforts on Mar. 7 (vs. San Diego State) and Mar. 11 (vs. East Carolina) • Had a career-high four RBI on Mar. 11 vs. East Carolina • Hit .286 (8-for-28) with runners in scoring position • Made just one error in 18 attempts on the field.

LSU `05: Hit .122 (6-for-41) in 18 games for the Tigers in 2005 • Earned a place on the SEC Academic Honor Roll after receiving a medical redshirt in 2004 after suffering a knee injury during pre-season drills • Transferred to Louisiana State in the fall of 2003 after a season at Santa Ana College.

SANTA ANA COLLEGE: Was a JUCO All-American in 2003 under Head Coach Don Sneddon • Batted .407 with eight home runs, 70 hits, 19 doubles, 51 RBI, and 16 stolen bases for the Dons • Was also named a first-team all-conference selection at third base • Was an honor student and member of the Dean's List during his one-year stint in Santa Ana.

TUSTIN HS: Product of Tustin High School where he was a four-year letterman • Batted .530 as a senior • Named team captain and MVP all four seasons • Also named a Scholar Athlete all four years • Landed on the Dean's List as a senior.

PERSONAL: Born on September 15, 1983, in Fountain Valley, Calif. • Parents are Clay and Nancy Harris • Full name is Bryan Scott Harris • His nickname is B-Rabbit • Has a younger sister (Kellie) • Lists his parents as his greatest influences • Majoring in kinesiology • Would like to see LSU added to the Titans' schedule • Likes to watch and collect movies • Greatest sports thrill is playing in the Cape Cod All-Star Game for two years • Models his game after David Ortiz • If he could have dinner with anyone dead or alive it would be Mickey Mantle • Favorites include: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (team), Saw and Rounders (movies), 2Pac, The Eagles, and Creedence Clearwater Revival (musical artists).