"I'm not the type to sit out, I like having fun, I'm a competitor and I'm going to compete to the best of my abilities. Sitting out watching these guys, I don't know man, it's depressing sometimes. I don't know what it feels like to sit down and watch other people play."
Harris said he's been keeping an eye on several of his future teammates but especially the DBs because that's his side of the ball.
"Vernon, he's doing pretty good, locking down everybody, Keanu had that pick (in practice), a lot of them are doing pretty good, but Keanu and Vernon are on my side so they're the ones I'm looking at right now," he said.
Off the field, he said it's been great getting to build that bond with the guys he'll be playing alongside at Florida.
"It feels good, I mean, I can't play with them, but if I could play with them it would open my heart up a little more. They come in my room and hang out, we just hang out, get to know each other better," he said.
They've also been doing a little recruiting too.
"We're trying to get everybody here!" he said.
Harris said wide receiver Laquon Treadwell is at the top of his list, but he has no idea if any of the recruiting is working.