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Clovis QB Harris commits to Colorado State

Clovis High quarterback Chance Harris, center, seen here throwing a pass against La Cueva, has committed to Colorado State for the 2021 season.

Clovis High School quarterback Chance Harris verbally committed to play football at Colorado State on Monday, announcing his decision via Twitter.

Harris, a 6-foot, 200-pound junior last season, helped the Wildcats reach the Class 6A championship game. He was 154-for-249 passing for 2,281 yards and 22 touchdowns with nine interceptions in nine games.

“I’ve talked to the coaches at Colorado State and I think it’s a really good fit for Chance,” Clovis coach Cal Fullerton said. “Their offensive scheme is similar to what we run and they really wanted Chance. They feel like they got a steal.”

Harris also had a scholarship offer from New Mexico and was being recruited by Montana State and Northern Arizona, Fullerton said. Clovis wideout/defensive end Jaden Phillips previously committed to UNM.