|High School:||El Cerrito HS|
2013-14 Big West Second Team
A Big West Conference second team selection, appeared in 27 games making 26 starts as one of Fullerton’s main offensive options…also was often given the task of defending the opponent’s leading scorer…finished second on the team in points per game (15.6), which also ranked ninth in the Big West…1.26 steals per game led the Titans while ranking seventh in the league…his 54 three pointers (2.0 per game) ranked second on the roster and seventh in the Big West…also totaled 66 assists (second on the team) while leading the Titans with 114 free throws made...recorded 22 double-figure scoring games, including eight 20-point efforts…led the Titans in scoring on 11 occasions, in rebounds five times and in assists on 13 occasions…ended the season scoring double figures in Fullerton’s final 17 games…averaged 17.7 ppg in Big West games only ranking fifth in the league, and his 2.56 three-pointers per game in Big West games ranked second…one of five players in the Big West to knock down at least seven three-pointers a game, setting a career high and Titan season high converting seven treys in a 92-83 overtime loss at Cal State Northridge (02/08)…his 29 points vs. Hawai'i marked a career best as well as a Titan season high as Fullerton fell 83-80 in its Homecoming game (02/15)…in Fullerton’s first three games (2-1) averaged 17.7 points and 3.0 rebounds per game shooting 52.6 percent from the floor and knocking down eight three-pointers while dishing eight assists…suffered a sprained ankle that caused him to miss the next four games…led the Titans with 21 points on 6-of-12 shooting from the floor and 9-of-10 shooting from the free-throw line in an 87-80 win over Texas Southern (12/15)…scored 22 points (19 in the second half) on 8-of-13 shooting knocking down four three-pointers in Fullerton’s 74-72 victory over UC Santa Barbara (01/25)…scored 27 points and knocked down seven three-pointers in a 92-83 loss at Cal State Northridge (02/08)…scored a career-high 29 points on 10-of-21 shooting and an 8-of-9 effort from the free-throw line in an 83-80 loss to Hawai’i in Fullerton’s Homecoming game (02/15)…scored 22 points, dished five assists and knocked down 11 free throws as Fullerton edged Long Beach State, 84-76, at Titan Gym (03/01).
REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2012-13)
One of five players to appear in all 32 games, making 23 consecutive starts after coming off the bench for the first nine games of the year... ranked fourth on the team in scoring at 10.5 ppg while shooting .411 from the floor, .340 from the three-point line, and .706 from the stripe... also averaged 2.5 assists per game... reached double figures in 19 games -- including the final eight games of the season (14.3 ppg)... scored a Fullerton career high of 22 points in the regular season finale at Cal Poly on March 9... one of the Titans' top rebounders at 4.2 rpg (fifth on the team), including a career-high eight rebounds at UC Santa Barbara (March 7) and a pair of seven-rebound performances... his 136 rebounds overall were second on the team... second on the team with 55 steals, including six swipes at CSU Bakersfield on Jan. 9, and third on the team with 79 assists (2.47 apg)... ranked second on the team in minutes played (1,053 -- 32.9 mpg).
Sat out a redshirt season but practiced with the team much of the year.
NORTHEASTERN | FRESHMAN (2010-11)
Spent his freshman seasonat Northeastern University in Boston where he averaged 6.4 points, 2.0 rebounds and 2.1 assists for the Huskies in 2010-11... played in 30 of the team's 31 games (11-20) and started 4 times... he shot 42 percent from the floor and 76 percent from the foul line... he led the team with 11 points in a game against Saint Louis on Dec. 22... he shared the team lead with 6 rebounds at Old Dominion on Jan. 5 and led the team with 4 boards at VCU on Jan. 15.
Harris played one season at Bridgton Prep in North Bridgton, Maine... he was selected the team's MVP as a combo guard, averaging more than 20 points per game... he led the Wolverines to the NEPSAC quarterfinals.
Alex was team captain and MVP for the Gauchos and Coach Rod Battle his junior and senior seasons at El Cerrito High in El Cerrito in the Bay Area, twice gaining all-league honors... he helped El Cerrito win the Alameda-Contra Costa League championship as a junior... as a senior he averaged 15.6 points to lead the league in scoring.
Born in Richmond, California... parents are Eric Harris and DeMarcoe Porter... has a brother, Isiah... Afro-American studies major... enjoys cooking... most memorable sports thrill was hitting game-winning shot in the sixth grade... played travel ball for Team 94 and credits Coach Phil Handy for most influence on his career: "He helped me improve my game and helped me get into college."