|#22 Reggie Harris|
|5-8||Olathe South HS|
2011: As a junior he appeared in 10 games registering 16 catches for 166 yards, 11 kick returns for 336 yards, and 17 punt returns totaling 274 yards. He was also ranked number 4 in Division I in punt return yards per attempt (16.1) and number 10 in Division I in total punt returns (274). In the season opener against Ottawa, he had a season high 91 yards on 4 punt returns resulting in a TD along with 2 kick returns totaling 46 yards. He also registered 2 kick returns for 37 yards and 4 catches for 62 yards. In a win over Benedictine he caught 4 passes for 33 yards and had a kick return for 30 yards. He ended the season with an 87 yard kick return and 2 punt returns totaling 31 yards.
2010: As a sophomore he appeared in 11 games and had 25 catches totaling 317 yards resulting in 2 TDs, led the team in punt returns with 23 returns for 242 yards, and had 4 kick returns for a total of 105 yards. He was ranked number 8 in Division I in total punt returns (242) and number 16 in Division I in punt return yards per attempt (10.5). In the season opener against Ottawa he registered 4 catches for 44 yards, 6 punt returns for 74 yards, and had his longest kick return of the season with a 36 yard return. In a win over Benedictine, he caught 2 passes for 35 yards, and then added a 42 yard catch and 2 punt returns totaling 30 yards in a win over Graceland. He ended the season with 3 catches totaling 32 yards and 4 punt returns for a total of 48 yards against Central Methodist.
2009: Appeared in 9 games as a freshman registering 16 catches totaling 148 yards resulting in 2 TDs, led the team with 19 punt returns for 269 total yards, and was second on the team with 8 kick returns totaling 146 yards. He was ranked number 7 in Division I in punt return yards per attempt (14.2) and number 11 in Division I in total punt returns (269). Against rival MidAmerica Nazarene, he had one kick return for 13 yards and caught 4 passes totaling 33 yards. He also recorded 6 kick returns totaling 111 yards against Lindenwood University, and the registered 2 catches for a season high of 38 yards in a win at Benedictine College.
PERSONAL: Reginald Lee Harris was born in Kansas City, Mo., and is the son of Rodney and Hazel Harris…Has 3 siblings: Doniesha (28), Rodney Jr. (24), and Tyrin (18)…Brother Rodney Jr. played for the Wildcats from 2005 to 2009…Played at Olathe South High School where the Falcons were State Runner-up in 2008 and he was named Olathe Male Athlete of the Year in 2009…Chose Baker University over NW Missouri State, Nebraska, MSSU, and Missouri State in order to have the opportunity to play with his older brother…Enjoys working out and listening to music…Majoring in Exercise Science