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.