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2011-12 (SENIOR)
Appeared in 25 games, starting 24 ... averaged 6 points, 3 rebounds and a team-best 4.1 assists ... also led the squad in steals (34) and assist-to-turnover ratio (2.1) ... foot injury prior to halftime at No. 5 Kansas (1/23) caused him to miss ensuing 7 games ... averaged 7.1 points, 3.5 rebounds and 4.1 assists in Big 12 play, all personal bests ... hit double figures in 4 of 11 Big 12 games and 6 games overall ... led the team in assists 15 times ... ranked third in the Big 12 in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.1) and seventh in both assists (4.1) and steals (1.4) ... had 11 points, 5 rebounds and season-high 5 steals in final home game of his career (Kansas State, 2/28) ... returned to floor from injury against No. 4 Kansas (2/22), playing 24 minutes off the bench ... scored 8 points, grabbing 3 boards and dishing out 4 assists ... matched a career high with 14 in overtime win over Oklahoma (1/21) ... posted first back-to-back double-figure games of his career against Rice (12/22, 13 points) and Arkansas Tech (12/29, 10 points) ... named to the Bob Cousy Award watch list ... finished his career with 379 assists, ranking seventh all time at A&M ... finished with 140 steals, eighth all-time ... closed his Aggie career as one of just eight players in school history to total 300 assists and 100 steals.


2010-11 (JUNIOR)
Won the team’s Dominique Kirk Defensive Player of the Year award ... Played in all 33 games, starting 32 ... averaged 27.5 minutes (third on team), 4.2 points, 2.6 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game ... ranked second on the squad with 101 assists and third in steals (38) ... was the team’s leader in assists 13 times ... 1.5 assist-to-turnover ratio ranked second on team and 10th in Big 12 ... scored a season-high 11 points twice, vs SFA (12/2) and Iowa State (2/16) ... dished a team season-high 7 assists four times ... grabbed 7 boards, one shy of career best, in win over Oklahoma State in Big 12 home opener (1/12) ... set a career high with 39 minutes in 73-70 overtime win at Colorado (2/9) ... season-high 4 steals in win over Alcorn State (11/12) ... team was 14-5 when he recorded at least 3 assists.

2009-10 (SOPHOMORE)
Member of The Oklahoman’s Big 12 All-Defense Team ... appeared in 32 games, starting 31 ... led the team in assists (3.41), steals (1.38) and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.91) ... finished the year 21-of-58 (.362) from three-point range after making just 3-of-15 as a freshman ... ranked 8th in the Big 12 in assist/turnover ratio (1.91) ... led league before tendonitis set in prior to Missouri game (2/3) ... finished the year ranked 10th in the league in assists (3.41) ... scored in double figures three times, including a career-best 14 at Oklahoma State (1/27) ... season high in assists was 8 vs Akron (12/4) ... season high in minutes was 36 in overtime loss at Texas (1/16) ... had 23 assists and only 10 turnovers in last five games of the year ... missed both Big 12 tournament games with bruised bone in right wrist suffered at Oklahoma (3/6), the same wrist where he had tendonitis since early February ... scored 5 points with 7 assists (0 turnovers) against Oklahoma in College Station (1/19) ... scored all 5 points in a :40 second span in final 2 minutes, including a long 3-pointer to put A&M on top ... had 8 points (2-2 treys), 8 rebounds and 6 assists vs. Oklahoma State at home (3/3) ... scored a career-high 14 points, making a career best 4-of-9 treys, at Oklahoma State (1/27) ... left Kansas game (2/15) with hip pointer but came back to score 6 pts. (2-3 treys) with 4 reb., 3 ast. and 3 steals ... scored 6 points with 4 rebounds and 6 assists in win over Texas at Reed Arena (2/27) ... scored 8 points with a career-high 8 rebounds at top-ranked Texas (1/16) ... scored 10 points (2-2 treys) with 5 assists and 2 steals vs. Northwestern State (1/2) ... had a career-hi 6 rebounds and tied his career best with 3 steals against West Virginia (11/27) in the 76 Classic in Anaheim ... scored a then career-high 11 points (2-of-4 treys) with a then career-best 7 assists vs. Samford (11/20) ... Aggies were 16-3 when he had at least three assists, with losses to No. 13 Kansas State, No. 1 Kansas and No. 10 Purdue.

2008-09 (FRESHMAN)
Played in all 34 games ... earned start against Kent State ... ranked second on team in assists (2.0) and was third in steals (0.7) ... scored a career-high 7 points with 3 assists against Connecticut in the NCAA Tournament ... had 6 points and made 2-of-2 from three-point range against Iowa State, his first career three-pointer ... had monster dunk and made free throw to complete key three-point play and spark comeback win at Nebraska ... scored 6 points with 3 assists and 2 steals in big win against Missouri ... dished out a career-high 5 assists in consecutive games against Rice and McNeese State ... matched his career best with 5 assists in wins against Texas (0 turnovers) and Texas Tech ... scored a career-high 6 points with 4 assists and a career-best 3 steals against North Dakota ... handed out at least 4 assists in seven games ... scored 4 points against Tulsa ... Aggies were 9-1 when he had at least 3 assists with the only loss being to UConn.

Rated as the No. 40 prep prospect in the country by Bob Gibbons and No. 70 by ESPN.com … ranked among nation’s top five points guards by Gibbons … averaged 18.1 points, 7.0 assist and 4.1 steals as a senior, earning first-team all-state honors in Florida … rated as the No. 2 player in Florida by Breakdown magazine … named to Nike All-American Team … selected as Lake County’s player of the year … second-team all-state pick as a junior after averaging 12.9 points, 10.1 assists and 3.9 steals in leading team to prep national title … had the first triple-double in Montverde’s storied history with 28 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists … set school record for season assists with 300 as a junior … coached at Montverde by Kevin Sutton, who rates him among the top five points guards he’s coached along with Randolph Childress (Wake Forest), Cory Alexander (Virginia), Cameron Dollar (UCLA) and Ty Lawson (North Carolina) … also recruited by Kentucky, Indiana, USC, Cincinnati and California.

Dashan Karon Harris the son of Dashan and Cornella Harris of Los Angeles … born Sept. 30, 1989 in New Orleans … ag leadership major … honor student … favorite NBA team is the New Orleans Hornets and favorite players are Chris Paul and Baron Davis, a personal friend and mentor.


  • Points: 14 at Oklahoma State (1/27/10), vs Oklahoma (1/21/12)
  • Rebounds: 8 three times
  • Assists: 8 vs Akron (12/4/09), vs Florida (12/17/11)
  • Steals: 6 vs North Dakota (1/5/10)
  • Blocks: 2 vs Southern (11/13/11)
  • 3-Point FGs: 4 at Oklahoma State (1/27/10)
  • Minutes: 43 vs Oklahoma (1/21/12)


  • thing I like most about Coach Kennedy: his coaching style and approach
  • favorite food: tacos and burritos
  • biggest fear: losing!
  • what I’m most proud of: where I came from
  • least favorite food: fish
  • best player I’ve faced: Tyreke Evans at the LeBron James Camp
  • most memorable sports moment: winning 2 national titles in high school
  • craziest thing I’ve ever done: Jet Ski
  • job I’d love to have: testing all Nike basketball shoes
  • reasons behind my jersey #: family members, mom & grandmother’s birthdays, Baron Davis
  • favorite TV show: Prison Break
  • I wish I was better at: soccer
  • I don’t know what I’d do without: my family
  • favorite pro athlete: Floyd Mayweather
  • people wouldn’t believe that I: am intelligent when it comes to computers
  • most prized possession: my cell phone
  • favorite artists: Skeme, Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Maybach Music
  • favorite spot on campus: West Campus cafeteria
  • before every game, I: listen to my iPod and pray
  • actor who’d play me in a movie: Mike Epps
  • when I played basketball as a kid, I pretended to be: Baron Davis
  • first 3 players I’d choose for my “dream team”: Jordan, Kobe, Wilt
  • favorite thing about A&M: the diversity
  • change I’d make to hoops if I was commissioner: no 5-second count in college
  • best friend on another team: Darryl “Truck” Bryant (West Virginia)
  • favorite basketball TV announcer: Mark Jackson


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