Over the past year, Carlos Harris has started to emerge as one of top 2024 guards in the city of Chicago. Through his time playing with Curie High School and Meanstreets, the 6’2” guard has continued to become a popular name. 

As a freshman, Harris was already contributing on a talented Curie varsity team last season. He has continued to progress playing with Meanstreets and now a real force as a sophomore with Curie this season. The guard was a big reason his Meanstreets 15U team advanced all the way to the final four of the Peach Jam this past summer. 

Right now, Harris is a big reason that Curie is off to a perfect record on the young season. “My high school team is playing great right now we are 6-0. We are a young team; we have one senior on the team, but we are still learning as being one of the youngest top teams in the state.” The sophomore has some much bigger goals than the 6-0 record as he is looking towards winning a city and state championship. 

The sophomore is a physical guard with a good all-around game. He is at his best attacking the basket with his strength as well with his shifty moves off the dribble. Harris has a very good ability to get to the basket and finish as well to being a skilled passer. The guard sees the floor well and knows where to go with the ball. On the other end he is a tough perimeter defender that pressures the ball effectively and plays with good energy. One aspect he is looking to improve upon is his perimeter shooting. 

Harris currently holds one scholarship offer which came back in April from Eastern Illinois University.